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1 Every class may in addition have one function aliased to "[]", the "bracket" operator, allowing the notation a [i, ...] as a synonym for a.f (i, ...) where f is the chosen function.

2 The most direct of the three is the production approach, which sums the outputs of every class of enterprise to arrive at the total.

3 By the mid-1890s, the Golden Dawn was well established in Great Britain, with over one hundred members from every class of Victorian society.

4 In Russia, under Peter the Great, it was the most common non-alcoholic drink in every class of society.

5 The field has since broadened to include every class of materials, including ceramics, polymers, semiconductors, magnetic materials, biomaterials, and nanomaterials, generally classified into three distinct groups: ceramics, metals, and polymers.

6 Wentworth argued that a state secular university was imperative for the growth of a society aspiring towards self-government, and that it would provide the opportunity for "the child of every class, to become great and useful in the destinies of his country".

7 In the mid-2010s, the company has decided to an SUV in every class of car that can justify one, which the brand called the "SUV offensive".

8 From birth, members of every class are indoctrinated by recorded voices repeating slogans while they sleep (called "hypnopædia" in the book) to believe their own class is superior, but that the other classes perform needed functions.

9 She was meant to persuade Romans of both sexes and every class, whether married or unmarried, to cherish the traditional sexual proprieties and morality known to please the gods and benefit the State.

10 The Democratic idea, however, has been that if you legislate to make the masses prosperous, their prosperity will find its way up through every class which rests upon them.

11 Historians since the 1960s have explored many facets of the social history, covering every class of the population.

12 Every class had a taste for beer and rum.

13 Furthermore, he distinguished between a traditional intelligentsia which sees itself (wrongly) as a class apart from society, and the thinking groups which every class produces from its own ranks "organically".

14 The Air Force Academy continued the tradition, beginning with the first class, 1959, and so is the only service academy to have had class rings for every class since its founding.

15 NJDOT, which calls every class of highway "Route", calls the Western Spur "Route 95W".

16 The US Navy deploys it on every class of surface combat ship, except the Zumwalt-class destroyer and San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock.

17 Storm was involved in the 1848 revolutions and sympathized with the liberal goals of a united Germany under a constitutional monarchy in which every class could participate in the political process.

18 The final report of the survey, "Every Class in Every School", published in 2011, found that 70% of all students participating heard "that's so gay" daily at school, and 48% of respondents heard "faggot", "lezbo" and "dyke" daily.

19 The first schoolhouse was built in 1916 and was a two-story school house that housed every class from 1916–1954.

20 From Canton, the habit spread outwards to the North and West, affecting members from every class of Chinese society.