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Unless there is an emergency life or death situation, this classifies as nomophobic. The Sun (2013)The plot hardly classifies as one: think ladettes on tour with breakout karaoke moments. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I suppose he still classifies himself as a gentleman. The Sun (2013)It classifies less than 1mm of rain in a day as a 'dry day'. Times, Sunday Times (2018)It classifies these as 'reluctant sponsor' cases. Times, Sunday Times (2018)The report describes discrimination in the songbun system, which classifies entire families on the perceived political loyalty of their forebears. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It indicates waiting times for doctors and classifies them using three priority levels for patients and outpatients. Globe and Mail (2003)For she is 45, weighs 15st 9lb, wears size 20 clothes and her body mass index classifies her as obese. The Sun (2017)The agency classifies a reserve currency as one with more than 3% of global central-bank holdings. Times, Sunday Times (2015)

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