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  • Dewey Decimal Classification

    Main sections (some details)

    This table contains all integer Dewey Decimal Classification numbers and a few behinddecimal points.

    To find a subject area or Dewey number (use integers, then scroll), put the cursor at the endof this paragraph and use the Find. For a subject area enter the word (not case sensitive) butalso continue to Find Next until there are no more.

    000 Generalities

    001 Knowledge

    002 The book

    003 Systems

    004 Data processing Computerscience

    004.678 Internet

    004.671 HTML (guidance)

    005 Computer programmingprograms data

    005.133 Programming (Perl etc.)

    005.369 Microsoft Office and MicrosoftWorks

    005.4469 Microsoft Windows operatingsystem

    005.72 HTML writing

    005.74 Microsoft Access programming

    006 Special computer methods

    007 [unassigned]

    008 [unassigned]

    009 [unassigned]

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  • 010 Bibliography

    011 Bibliographies

    012 Bibliographies ofindividuals

    013 Of works on specificclasses of authors

    014 Of anonymous andpseudonymous works

    015 Of works from specificplaces

    016 Of works on specificsubjects

    017 General subject catalogs

    018 Catalogs arranged byauthor date etc.

    019 Dictionary catalogs

    020 Library informationsciences

    021 Library relationships

    022 Administration of thephysical plant

    023 Personnel administration

    024 [unassigned]

    025 Library operations

    025.04 Search engines

    025.431 Dewey

    026 Libraries for specificsubjects

    027 General libraries

    28 Reading use of otherinformation media

    029 [unassigned]

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  • 030 General encyclopedicworks

    031 AmericanEnglishlanguage

    032 In English

    033 In other Germaniclanguages

    034 In French ProvencalCatalan

    035 In Italian RomanianRhaetoRomanic

    036 In Spanish Portuguese

    037 In Slavic languages

    038 In Scandinavian languages

    039 In other languages

    040 [unassigned]

    041 [unassigned]

    042 [unassigned]

    043 [unassigned]

    044 [unassigned]

    045 [unassigned]

    046 [unassigned]

    047 [unassigned]

    048 [unassigned]

    049 [unassigned]

    050 General serial publications

    051 American

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    052 In English

    053 In other Germaniclanguages

    054 In French ProvencalCatalan

    055 In Italian RomanianRhaetoRomanic

    056 In Spanish Portuguese

    057 In Slavic languages

    058 In Scandinavian languages

    059 In other languages

    60 General organisationsmuseology

    061 In North America

    062 In British Isles In England

    063 In central Europe InGermany

    064 In France Monaco

    065 In Italy adjacent territories

    066 In Iberian Peninsulaadjacent islands

    067 In eastern Europe InRussia

    068 In other geographic areas

    069 Museology (Museumscience)

    070 News media journalismpublishing

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  • 070.19 http://www.bbc.co.uk

    071 Journalism newspapers inNorth America

    072 In British Isles In England

    073 In central Europe InGermany

    074 In France Monaco

    075 In Italy adjacent territories

    076 In Iberian Peninsulaadjacent islands

    077 In eastern Europe inRussia

    078 In Scandinavia

    079 In other geographic areas

    080 General collections

    081 AmericanEnglishlanguage

    082 General collections inEnglish

    083 In other Germaniclanguages

    084 In French ProvencalCatalan

    085 In Italian RomanianRhaetoRomanic

    086 In Spanish Portuguese

    087 In Slavic languages

    088 In Scandinavian languages

    089 In Italic Hellenic otherlanguages

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  • 090 Manuscripts rare books

    091 Manuscripts

    092 Block books

    093 Incunabula

    094 Printed books

    095 Books notable for bindings

    096 Books notable forillustrations

    097 Books notable forownership or origin

    098 Prohibited works forgerieshoaxes

    099 Books notable for format

    100 Philosophy psychology

    101 Theory of philosophy

    102 Miscellany

    103 Dictionaries encyclopedias

    104 [unassigned]

    105 Serial publications

    106 organisations management

    107 Education research relatedtopics

    108 Kinds of persons treatment

    109 Historical collectedpersons treatment

    110 Metaphysics

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  • 111 Ontology

    112 [unassigned]

    113 Cosmology (Philosophy ofnature)

    114 Space

    115 Time

    116 Change

    117 Structure

    118 Force energy

    119 Number quantity

    120 Epistemology causationhumankind

    121 Epistemology (Theory ofknowledge)

    122 Causation

    123 Determinismindeterminism

    124 Teleology

    125 [unassigned]

    126 The self

    127 The unconscious thesubconscious

    128 Humankind

    129 Origin destiny ofindividual souls

    130 Popular psychology;parapsychology, occultism

    131 Parapsychological occultmethods

    131.32

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    131.33 Adverse factors towardshappiness and wellbeing

    131.35 Dianetics

    133 Parapsychology occultism

    133.12 Haunted places

    133.322 Crystal ball gazing

    133.3232 Locating water with diviningrods

    133.32424 Fortune telling with tarot cards

    133.3244 Fortune telling with tea orcoffee

    133.335 Numerology

    133.422 Satanism

    133.43 Magician's manuals

    133.443 Good luck charms

    133.5 Astrology

    133.54 Horoscopes

    133.542 Casting horoscopes

    133.548 Horoscopes of actualindividuals

    133.6 Palmistry

    133.7 Frauds

    133.8 Extrasensory perception (ESP)and psychokinesis

    133.82 Telepathy

    133.9 Spiritualism

    133.901 Spiritualism philosophy andtheory

    134 [Unassigned]

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  • 135 Sleep, dreams mysteries

    136 [unassigned]

    137 Character (such asdivinatory, graphology)

    138 Physiognomy

    139 Phrenology

    140 Specific philosophicalschools

    141 Idealism related systems

    141.1 Individualism

    141.6 Romanticism

    142 Critical philosophy

    143 Bergsonism intuitionism

    144 Humanism related systems

    144.3 Pragmatism

    144.6 Utilitarianism

    145 Sensationalism

    146 Naturalism related systems

    146.3 Materialism and dialecticalmaterialism

    147 Pantheism related systems

    148 Eclecticism liberalismtraditionalism

    149 Other philosophicalsystems

    149.96 Poststructuralism

    150 Psychology

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  • 151 [unassigned]

    152 Perception movementemotions drives

    153 Mental processesintelligence

    154 Subconscious altered states

    155 Differential developmentalpsychology

    156 Comparative psychology

    157 [unassigned]

    158 Applied psychology

    158.3 Counselling

    159 [unassigned]

    160 Logic

    161 Induction

    162 Deduction

    163 [unassigned]

    164 [unassigned]

    165 Fallacies sources of error

    166 Syllogisms

    167 Hypotheses

    168 Argument persuasion

    169 Analogy

    170 Ethics (Moral philosophy)

    171 Ethical systems

    172 Political ethics

    173 Ethics of familyrelationships

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  • 174 Occupational ethics

    175 Ethics of recreation leisure

    176 Ethics of sex reproduction

    177 Ethics of social relations

    178 Ethics of consumption

    179 Other ethical norms

    180 Ancient medieval Orientalphilosophy

    181 Oriental philosophy

    181.45 Chakras

    182 PreSocratic Greekphilosophies

    183 Sophistic Socraticphilosophies

    184 Platonic philosophy

    185 Aristotelian philosophy

    186 Sceptical Neoplatonicphilosophies

    187 Epicurean philosophy

    188 Stoic philosophy

    189 Medieval westernphilosophy

    190 Modern westernphilosophy

    190.904 Postmodern philosophy

    191 Philosophy of UnitedStates Canada

    192 Philosophy of British Isles

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  • 193 Philosophy of GermanyAustria

    194 Philosophy of France

    195 Philosophy of Italy

    196 Philosophy of SpainPortugal

    197 Philosophy of formerSoviet Union

    198 Philosophy of Scandinavia

    199 Philosophy in othergeographic areas

    200 Religion

    201 [unassigned]

    202 [unassigned]

    203 [unassigned]

    204 [unassigned]

    205 [unassigned]

    206 [unassigned]

    207 [unassigned]

    208 [unassigned]

    209 [unassigned]

    210 Philosophy theory ofreligion

    Pluralist David Strachan

    211 Concepts of God

    212 Existence knowabilityattributes of God

    213 Creation

    214 Theodicy

    215 Science religion

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  • 216 [unassigned]

    217 [unassigned]

    218 Humankind

    219 [unassigned]

    220 Bible

    221 Old Testament (Tanakh)

    222 Historical books of OldTestament

    223 Poetic books of OldTestament

    224 Prophetic books of OldTestament

    225 New Testament

    226 Gospels Acts

    227 Epistles

    228 Revelation (Apocalypse)

    229 Apocrypha pseudepigrapha

    230 Christianity Christiantheology

    231 God

    232 Jesus of Nazareth hisfamily

    233 Humankind

    234 Salvation (Soteriology)grace

    235 Spiritual beings

    236 Eschatology

    237 [unassigned]

    238 Creeds catechisms

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  • 239 Apologetics polemics

    240 Christian moral devotionaltheology

    241 Moral theology

    242 Devotional literature

    243 Evangelistic writings forindividuals

    244 [unassigned]

    245 [unassigned]

    246 Use of art in Christianity

    247 Church furnishings articles

    248 Christian experiencepractice life

    249 Christian observances infamily life

    250 Christian orders localchurch

    251 Preaching (Homiletics)

    252 Texts of sermons

    253 Pastoral office (Pastoraltheology)

    254 Parish administration

    255 Religious congregationsorders

    256 [unassigned]

    257 [unassigned]

    258 [unassigned]

    259 Pastoral care of familiespersons

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  • 260 Social ecclesiasticaltheology

    261 Social theology

    262 Ecclesiology

    263 Days times places ofobservance

    263.91 Christmas

    264 Public worship

    265 Sacraments other rites acts

    266 Missions

    267 Associations for religiouswork

    268 Religious education

    269 Spiritual renewal

    270 History of ChristianityChristian church

    271 Religious orders in churchhistory

    272 Persecutions in churchhistory

    273 Doctrinal controversiesheresies

    274 History of Christianity inEurope

    275 History of Christianity inAsia

    276 History of Christianity inAfrica

    277 History of Christianity inNorth America

    278 History of Christianity inSouth America

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  • 279 History of Christianity inother areas

    280 Christian denominationssects

    281 Early church Easternchurches

    282 Roman Catholic Church

    283 Anglican churches

    284 Protestants of Continentalorigin

    284 Protestants of Continentalorigin

    284.1 Lutheran churches

    284.2 Calvinistic and Reformedchurches

    284.8 Schisms within Catholicism

    285 Presbyterian AmericanReformed Congregational

    285.809 Historical congregationalism

    286 Baptist Disciples of ChristAdventist

    287 Methodist related churches

    288 Unitarianism SocinianAntitrinitarian

    288.09 Historical and geographicalUnitarianism

    288.3 Unitarian denominations

    288.32 Unitarian UniversalistAssociation

    288.33 Unitarian Church

    288.4 Unitarianism by continent,country or locality

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  • 289 Other denominations sects

    289.1 Universalist Church

    289.109 Universalist Churchgeographically and historically

    289.3 Mormons

    289.4 Swedenborgianism

    289.5 Christian Science

    289.6 Society of Friends

    289.609 History and geography ofSociety of Friends

    289.9 Other Churches (includesJehovah's Witnesses)

    290 Comparative religion otherreligions

    291 Comparative religion David Strachan

    291.13 Mythological foundations

    291.14 Classification: polytheismpantheism monotheism atheism

    291.17 Attitudes and influence with thesecular

    291.172 Interreligious relationsincluding secular

    291.175 Intellectual development

    291.1772 Religious freedom in civilsociety

    291.2 Animism Spiritism

    291.212 Sun water fires trees sex

    291.22 Soul

    291.23 Eschatology

    291.3 Worship and other practices

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  • 291.32 Divinisation

    291.33 Witchcraft

    291.34 Offerings sacrifices penances

    291.35 Sacred places like shrinespagodas...

    291.36 Sacred times like festivalscalendar

    291.37 Symbolism

    291.38 Rites and ceremonies likeliturgies public prayer feastspilgrimages

    291.42 Religious experience

    291.43 Private worship prayermeditation contemplation

    291.44 Conduct in life from religiousvirtues

    291.5 Moral theology

    291.61 Priests ministers pastors

    291.62 Persons with supernaturalpower like sorcerers magiciansexorcists

    291.63 Prophets founders messiahs

    291.64 Interpreters writers reformers

    291.65 Organising like associationscongregations factions

    291.7 Activities from religiousmotives like training missionsand wars

    291.82 Sacred books and traditions

    291.83 Oral traditions

    291.84 Laws and decisions

    291.9 Sects and reform movements

    292 Classical (Greek Roman)religion

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  • 293 Germanic religion

    294 Religions of Indic origin

    294.1 The Vedas

    294.12 Rigveda

    294.13 Samaveda

    294.3 Buddhism

    294.33 Relationships and attitudes(follows 291.1 format)

    294.34 Doctrines and practices (follows291.1 format)

    294.35 Moral theology like consciencesins virtues duties

    294.356 Specific moral issues

    294.36 Leaders and their work (add on.61 on as in 291.6 for these sothat the Budda is 294.3663where .63 is prophets foundersmessiahs)

    294.365 Organising including sanghascongregations

    294.3657 Monasticism and monasteries

    294.37 Activities from religiousmotives

    294.382 Sacred books and traditions(Tripitaka)

    294.383 Oral traditions

    294.39 Branches

    294.391 Hinayana Buddhism

    294.392 Mahayana Buddhism

    294.3927 Zen Buddhism

    294.5 Hinduism

    294.55 Hindu sects and reformmovements

    294.555 Ramakrishna

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  • 294.5562 Brahma Samaj (Hinduequivalent of Unitarian)

    295 Zoroastrianism (MazdaismParseeism)

    296 Judaism

    296.1 Sources

    296.12 Talmud (Torah as OT in 221)

    296.3 Doctrinal moral social

    296.33 Eschatology

    296.38 Moral and social

    297 Islam and derived

    297.122 Koran

    297.1226 Interpretation and highercriticism

    297.2 Doctrinal theology AqaidKalam

    297.3 Worship and practices

    297.4 Personal religion within Islam

    297.5 Personal duties within Islamlike prayers

    297.88 Babism

    297.89 Bahaism

    298 (optional number)

    299 Other religions

    299.16 Druids

    299.512 Confucianism

    299.514 Taoism

    299.561 Shintoism

    299.592 Caodaism

    299.7 North American Indian

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  • 300 Social sciences

    301 Sociology anthropology

    302 Social interaction

    302.23 Media studies

    303 Social processes

    304 Factors affecting socialbehavior

    305 Social groups

    306 Culture institutions

    306.4 Postmodernism in socialscience

    307 Communities

    308 [unassigned]

    309 [unassigned]

    309.1 Social surveys

    310 Collections of generalstatistics

    311 [unassigned]

    312 [unassigned]

    313 [unassigned]

    314 General statistics ofEurope

    315 General statistics of Asia

    316 General statistics of Africa

    317 General statistics of NorthAmerica

    318 General statistics of SouthAmerica

    319 General statistics of otherareas

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  • 320 Political science

    321 Systems of governmentsstates

    322 Relation of state toorganized groups

    323 Civil political lefts

    324 The political process

    325 International migrationcolonization

    326 Slavery emancipation

    327 International relations

    328 The legislative process

    329 [unassigned]

    330 Economics

    330.1 Psychology within economictheory (rationality etc.)

    331 Labour economics

    332 Financial economics

    333 Economics of land energy

    334 Cooperatives

    335 Socialism related systems

    336 Public finance

    337 International economics

    338 Production

    338.1 Food distributive trades

    339 Macroeconomics relatedtopics

    340 Law

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    341 International law

    342 Constitutionaladministrative law

    343 Military tax tradeindustrial law

    344 Labour social educationcultural law

    345 Criminal law

    346 Private law

    347 Civil procedure courts

    348 Law (Statutes) regulationscases

    349 Law of specificjurisdictions areas

    350 Public administrationmilitary science

    351 Public administration

    352 General considerations

    353 Specific fields of publicadministration

    354 Administration ofeconomy environment

    355 Military science

    356 Foot forces warfare

    357 Mounted forces warfare

    358 Air other specializedforces

    359 Sea (Naval) forces warfare

    360 Social problems servicesassociations

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  • 361 General social problemswelfare

    362 Social welfare problemsservices

    363 Other social problemsservices

    364 Criminology

    365 Penal related institutions

    366 Associations

    367 General clubs

    368 Insurance

    369 Miscellaneous kinds ofassociations

    370 Education http://www.pluralist.co.uk Learning

    370.15 Psychology within education

    371 Schools activities specialeducation

    371.425 Careers advice

    372 Elementary education

    373 Secondary education

    374 Adult education

    375 Curricula

    376 [unassigned]

    377 [unassigned]

    378 Higher education

    379 Public policy issues ineducation

    380 Commercecommunicationstransportation

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  • 380.9 Economic Geography

    381 Internal commerce(Domestic trade)

    382 International commerce(Foreign trade)

    383 Postal communication

    384 CommunicationsTelecommunication

    384.54 Radio (medium)

    384.55 Television (medium)

    385 Railway transportation

    386 Inland waterway ferrytransportation

    387 Water air spacetransportation

    388 Transportation Groundtransportation

    389 Metrology standardisation

    390 Customs etiquette folklore

    391 Costume personalappearance

    392 Customs of life cycledomestic life

    393 Death customs

    394 General customs

    395 Etiquette (Manners)

    396 [unassigned]

    397 [unassigned]

    398 Folklore

    399 Customs of war diplomacy

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  • 400 Language

    401 Philosophy theory

    402 Miscellany

    403 Dictionaries encyclopedias

    404 Special topics

    405 Serial publications

    406 organisations management

    407 Education research relatedtopics

    408 Kinds of persons treatment

    409 Geographic personstreatment

    410 Linguistics

    411 Writing systems http://www.ancientscripts.com

    412 Etymology http://www.wordorigins.org

    413 Dictionaries

    414 Phonology phonetics

    415 Grammar

    416 [unassigned]

    417 Dialectology historicallinguistics

    418 Standard usage Appliedlinguistics

    419 Verbal language notspoken or written

    420 English Old English

    421 English writing systemphonology

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  • 422 English etymology

    423 English dictionaries

    424 [unassigned]

    425 English grammar

    426 [unassigned]

    427 English languagevariations

    428 Standard English usage

    429 Old English(AngloSaxon)

    430 Germanic languagesGerman

    431 German writing systemphonology

    432 German etymology

    433 German dictionaries

    434 [unassigned]

    435 German grammar

    436 [unassigned]

    437 German languagevariations

    438 Standard German usage

    439 Other Germanic languages

    440 Romance languagesFrench

    441 French writing systemphonology

    442 French etymology

    443 French dictionaries

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  • 444 [unassigned]

    445 French grammar

    446 [unassigned]

    447 French language variations

    448 Standard French usage

    449 Provencal Catalan

    450 Italian RomanianRhaetoRomanic

    451 Italian writing systemphonology

    452 Italian etymology

    453 Italian dictionaries

    454 [unassigned]

    455 Italian grammar

    456 [unassigned]

    457 Italian language variations

    458 Standard Italian usage

    459 RomanianRhaetoRomanic

    460 Spanish Portugueselanguages

    461 Spanish writing systemphonology

    462 Spanish etymology

    463 Spanish dictionaries

    464 [unassigned]

    465 Spanish grammar

    466 [unassigned]

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  • 467 Spanish languagevariations

    468 Standard Spanish usage

    469 Portuguese

    470 Italic languages Latin

    471 Classical Latin writingphonology

    472 Classical Latin etymology

    473 Classical Latin dictionaries

    474 [unassigned]

    475 Classical Latin grammar

    476 [unassigned]

    477 Old Postclassical VulgarLatin

    478 Classical Latin usage

    479 Other Italic languages

    480 Hellenic languagesClassical Greek

    481 Classical Greek writingphonology

    482 Classical Greek etymology

    483 Classical Greekdictionaries

    484 [unassigned]

    485 Classical Greek grammar

    486 [unassigned]

    487 Preclassical postclassicalGreek

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  • 488 Classical Greek usage

    489 Other Hellenic languages

    490 Other languages

    491 East IndoEuropean Celticlanguages

    492 AfroAsiatic languagesSemitic

    493 NonSemitic AfroAsiaticlanguages

    494 Altaic Uralic HyperboreanDravidian

    495 Languages of EastSoutheast Asia

    496 African languages

    497 North American nativelanguages

    498 South American nativelanguages

    499 Austronesian otherlanguages

    500 Natural sciencesmathematics

    501 Philosophy theory

    502 Miscellany

    503 Dictionaries encyclopedias

    504 [unassigned]

    505 Serial publications

    506 organisations management

    507 Education research relatedtopics

    508 Natural history

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  • 509 Historical geographicpersons treatment

    510 Mathematics

    510.8 Mathematical tables

    510.9 History of mathematics

    511 General principles ofmathematics

    512 Algebra number theory

    513 Arithmetic

    514 Topology

    515 Analysis

    516 Geometry

    517 [unassigned]

    518 [unassigned]

    519 Probabilities appliedmathematics

    520 Astronomy allied sciences

    521 Celestial mechanics

    522 Techniques equipmentmaterials

    523 Specific celestial bodiesphenomena

    523.89 Astronomy stars

    524 [unassigned]

    525 Earth (Astronomicalgeography)

    526 Mathematical geography

    527 Celestial navigation

    528 Ephemerides

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  • 529 Chronology

    530 Physics

    531 Classical mechanics Solidmechanics

    532 Fluid mechanics Liquidmechanics

    533 Pneumatics (Gasmechanics)

    534 Sound related vibrations

    535 Light paraphoticphenomena

    536 Heat

    537 Electricity science

    537.5 Electronics physics

    538 Magnetism

    539 Molecular and atomicphysics

    539.7 Nuclear physics

    540 Chemistry allied sciences

    540.9 History of chemistry

    541 Physical theoreticalchemistry

    541.395 Catalysts

    542 Techniques equipmentmaterials

    543 Analytical chemistry

    544 Qualitative analysis

    545 Quantitative analysis

    546 Inorganic chemistry

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  • 547 Organic chemistry

    547.71 Essential oils

    548 Crystallography

    548.85 Synthetic fibres

    549 Mineralogy

    550 Earth sciences

    551 Geology hydrologymeteorology

    551.5 Meteorology

    552 Petrology

    553 Economic geology

    554 Earth sciences of Europe

    555 Earth sciences of Asia

    556 Earth sciences of Africa

    557 Earth sciences of NorthAmerica

    558 Earth sciences of SouthAmerica

    559 Earth sciences of otherareas

    560 Paleontology Paleozoology

    561 Paleobotany fossilmicroorganisms

    562 Fossil invertebrates

    563 Other fossil invertebrates

    564 Fossil MolluscaMolluscoidea

    565 Fossil Arthropoda

    566 Fossil Chordata

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  • 567 Fossil coldbloodedvertebrates

    568 Fossil Aves (birds)

    569 Fossil Mammalia

    570 Life sciences Biology

    571 Physiology related subjects

    572 Biochemistry

    573 Specific systems inanimals

    574 [unassigned]

    574 Biology

    574.4 Anatomy in biology

    575 Specific parts of systemsin plants

    576 Genetics evolution

    577 Ecology

    578 Natural history oforganisms

    578.15 Electronics microscope inbiology

    579 Microorganisms fungialgae

    580 Plants

    581 Botany

    581.4 Anatomy in botany

    582 Plants noted forcharacteristics flowers

    583 Magnoliopsida(Dicotyledons)

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    585 Pinophyta (Gymnosperms)Coniferales

    586 Cryptogamia (Seedlessplants)

    587 Pteridophyta (Vascularseedless plants)

    588 Bryophyta

    589 [unassigned]

    590 Animals

    591 Zoology

    591.4 Anatomy in zoology

    592 Invertebrates

    593 Marine seashoreinvertebrates

    594 Mollusca Molluscoidea

    595 Arthropoda

    596 Chordata

    597 Coldblooded vertebratesFishes

    598 Aves (Birds)

    599 Mammalia (Mammals)

    600 Technology (Appliedsciences)

    601 Philosophy theory

    602 Miscellany

    603 Dictionaries encyclopedias

    604 Special topics

    605 Serial publications

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  • 606 organisations

    607 Education research relatedtopics

    608 Invention patents

    609 Historical geographicpersons treatment

    610 Medical sciences Medicine

    611 Human anatomy cytologyhistology

    612 Human physiology

    613 Promotion of health

    613.2 Food dietetics

    614 Incidence prevention ofdisease

    614.3 Food poisoning, public health

    615 Pharmacology therapeutics

    616 Diseases

    616.912 Smallpox

    616.9232 Plague

    616.956 Anthrax

    616.9792 AIDS

    617 Surgery related medicalspecialties

    618 Gynaecology othermedical specialties

    618.2 Pregnancy

    619 Experimental medicine

    620 Engineering alliedoperations

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  • 621 Applied physics

    621.384 Radio (engineering)

    621.388 Television (engineering)

    621.3 Electrical engineering

    621.32 Electricity and lighting

    621.381 Electronics engineering

    621.43 Internal combustion engines

    621.48 Atomic power

    621.9 Workshop tools and practice

    622 Mining related operations

    623 Military nauticalengineering

    625 Engineering of railwaysroads

    626 [unassigned]

    627 Hydraulic engineering

    628 Sanitary municipalengineering

    629 Other branches ofengineering

    630 Agriculture relatedtechnologies

    631 Techniques equipmentmaterials

    632 Plant injuries diseasespests

    633 Field plantation crops

    634 Orchards fruits forestry

    634.9 Forestry agriculture

    635 Gardening

    636 Pet keeping

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  • 636.7 Dogs

    636.8 Cats

    636.9322 Rabbits

    637 Processing dairy relatedproducts

    638 Insect culture

    639 Hunting fishingconservation

    640 Home economics familyliving

    641 Food drink

    641.5 Cookery

    642 Meals table service

    643 Decorating and furnishing

    644.12 Houses for sale

    644 Household utilities

    645 Household furnishings

    646 Sewing clothing personalappearance

    647 Management of publichouseholds

    648 Housekeeping

    649 Child rearing home care ofpersons

    650 Management auxiliaryservices

    650.14 Looking for work

    651 Office services

    652 Processes of writtencommunication

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    653 Shorthand

    654 [unassigned]

    655 [unassigned]

    656 [unassigned]

    657 Accounting

    658 General management

    659 Advertising publicrelations

    660 Chemical engineering

    661 Industrial chemicalstechnology

    661.2 Industrial acids

    662 Explosives fuels relatedproducts

    663 Beverage technology

    664 Food processingpreservation

    665 Industrial oils fats waxesgases

    666 Ceramic alliedtechnologies

    667 Cleaning colour coatingtechnologies

    668 Technology of otherorganic products

    668.45 Natural resins

    668.12 Soaps

    668.4 Plastics

    669 Metallurgy

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  • 670 Manufacturing

    671 Metalworking metalproducts

    672 Iron steel other iron alloys

    672.24 Electricity and furnaces in ironand steel manufacture

    673 Nonferrous metals

    674 Lumber processing woodproducts cork

    675 Leather fur processing

    676 Pulp paper technology

    676.2 Paper products

    677 Textiles

    677.4 Silk textiles manufacture

    677.46 Rayon manufacture

    678 Elastomers elastomerproducts

    678.53 Latex products

    679 Other products of specificmaterials

    680 Manufacture for specificuses

    681 Precision instruments otherdevices

    681.11 Clocks craft

    681.142 Electronics and computers

    682 Small forge work(Blacksmithing)

    683 Hardware householdappliances

    684 Furnishings homeworkshops

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  • 685 Leather fur goods relatedproducts

    686 Printing related activities

    686.2 Printing history

    687 Clothing accessories

    688 Other final productspackaging

    689 [unassigned]

    690 Buildings

    691 Building materials

    692 Auxiliary constructionpractices

    693 Specific materialspurposes

    694 Wood constructionCarpentry

    695 Roof covering

    696 Utilities

    697 Heating ventilatingairconditioning

    698 Detail finishing

    699 [unassigned]

    700 The arts Fine anddecorative arts

    701 Philosophy of finedecorative arts

    702 Miscellany of finedecorative arts

    703 Dictionaries of finedecorative arts

    704 Special topics of finedecorative arts

    705

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  • Serial publications of finedecorative arts

    706 organisations management

    707 Education research relatedtopics

    708 Galleries museums privatecollections

    709 Historical geographicpersons treatment

    710 Civic landscape art

    711 Area planning (Civic art)

    712 Landscape architecture

    713 Landscape architecture oftrafficways

    714 Water features

    715 Woody plants

    716 Herbaceous plants

    717 Structures in landscapearchitecture

    718 Landscape design ofcemeteries

    719 Natural landscapes

    720 Architecture

    721 Architectural structure

    722 Architecture to 300 CE

    723 Architecture from 300 CEto 1399

    724 Architecture from 1400

    725 Public structures

    726

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  • Buildings for religiouspurposes

    727 Buildings for educationresearch

    728 Residential relatedbuildings

    728.81 Castles

    729 Design decoration

    730 Plastic arts Sculpture

    731 Processes forms subjectsof sculpture

    732 Sculpture to 500 CE

    733 Greek Etruscan Romansculpture

    734 Sculpture from 500 CE to1399

    735 Sculpture from 1400

    736 Carving carvings

    737 Numismatics sigillography

    738 Ceramic arts

    739 Art metalwork

    740 Drawing decorative arts

    741 Drawing drawings

    742 Perspective

    743 Drawing drawings bysubject

    744 [unassigned]

    745 Decorative arts

    746 Textile arts

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  • 747 Interior decoration

    748 Glass

    749 Furniture accessories

    750 Painting paintings

    751 Techniques equipmentmaterials forms

    751.4 Painting as technique

    752 Colour

    753 Symbolism allegorymythology legend

    754 Genre paintings

    755 Religion in art

    756 [unassigned]

    757 Human figures

    758 Other subjects

    759 Historical geographicpersons treatment

    760 Graphic arts Printmakingprints

    761 Relief processes (Blockprinting)

    762 [unassigned]

    763 Lithographic(Planographic) processes

    764 Chromolithographyserigraphy

    765 Metal engraving

    766 Mezzotinting aquatintingrelated processes

    767 Etching drypoint

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  • 768 [unassigned]

    769 Prints

    770 Photography photographs

    771 Techniques equipmentmaterials

    771.448 Flashlight photography

    772 Metallic salt processes

    773 Pigment processes ofprinting

    774 Holography

    775 [unassigned]

    776 [unassigned]

    777 [unassigned]

    778 Fields kinds ofphotography

    778.73 Underwater Photography

    779 Photographs

    780 Music

    780.92 Composers and criticism

    781 General principles musicalforms

    781.6 Composition and execution

    782 Opera and vocal music

    782.81 Operetta and musical plays

    783 Sacred music

    784 Vocal music

    785 Instrumental music

    786 Keyboard otherinstruments

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  • 786.2 Pianos

    787 Stringed instruments(Chordophones)

    788 Wind instruments(Aerophones)

    789 Instrumental music

    789.91 Gramaphone recordings etc.

    790 Recreational performingarts

    791 Public performances

    791.44 Radio programmes

    791.45 Television programmes

    792 Stage presentations

    793 Indoor games amusements

    794 Indoor games of skill

    795 Games of chance

    796 Athletic outdoor sportsgames

    796.334 Football

    796.342 Tennis

    796.345 Badminton

    797 Aquatic air sports

    798 Equestrian sports animalracing

    799 Fishing hunting shooting

    800 Literature rhetoric

    801 Philosophy theory

    802 Miscellany

    803

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  • Dictionaries encyclopedias

    804 [unassigned]

    805 Serial publications

    806 organisations management

    807 Education research relatedtopics

    808 Rhetoric collections ofliterature

    809 History descriptioncriticism

    809.3 Poststructuralism

    810 American literature inEnglish

    811 American poetry inEnglish

    812 American drama inEnglish

    813 American fiction inEnglish

    814 American essays inEnglish

    815 American speeches inEnglish

    816 American letters in English

    817 American humour satire inEnglish

    818 American miscellaneouswritings

    819 (optional number)

    820

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  • English Old Englishliteratures

    821 English poetry

    822 English drama

    822.33 Shakespearehttp://www.rdg.ac.uk

    822.912 1900 1945 drama

    822.913 1945 2000

    823 English fiction

    823.7 Jane Austenhttp://www.pemberley.com/janeinfo

    823.8 Charles Dickenshttp://www.fidnet.com/~dap1955/dickens

    824 English essays

    825 English speeches

    826 English letters

    827 English humour satire

    828 English miscellaneouswritings

    829 Old English(AngloSaxon)

    830 Literatures of Germaniclanguages

    831 German poetry

    832 German drama

    833 German fiction

    834 German essays

    835 German speeches

    836 German letters

    837 German humour satire

    838 German miscellaneous

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    839 Other Germanic literatures

    840 Literatures of Romancelanguages

    841 French poetry

    842 French drama

    843 French fiction

    844 French essays

    845 French speeches

    846 French letters

    847 French humour satire

    848 French miscellaneouswritings

    849 Provencal Catalanliteratures

    850 Italian RomanianRhaetoRomanic

    851 Italian poetry

    852 Italian drama

    853 Italian fiction

    853.1 The Decameron

    854 Italian essays

    855 Italian speeches

    856 Italian letters

    857 Italian humour satire

    858 Italian miscellaneouswritings

    859 RomanianRhaetoRomanic

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  • literatures

    860 Spanish Portugueseliteratures

    861 Spanish poetry

    862 Spanish drama

    863 Spanish fiction

    864 Spanish essays

    865 Spanish speeches

    866 Spanish letters

    867 Spanish humour satire

    868 Spanish miscellaneouswritings

    869 Portuguese literature

    870 Italic literatures Latin

    871 Latin poetry

    872 Latin dramatic poetrydrama

    873 Latin epic poetry fiction

    874 Latin lyric poetry

    875 Latin speeches

    876 Latin letters

    877 Latin humour satire

    878 Latin miscellaneouswritings

    879 Literatures of other Italiclanguages

    880 Hellenic literaturesClassical Greek

    881 Classical Greek poetry

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  • 882 Classical Greek dramaticpoetry drama

    883 Classical Greek epicpoetry fiction

    884 Classical Greek lyricpoetry

    885 Classical Greek speeches

    886 Classical Greek letters

    887 Classical Greek humoursatire

    888 Classical Greekmiscellaneous writings

    889 Modern Greek literature

    890 Literatures of otherlanguages

    891 East IndoEuropean Celtic

    892 AfroAsiatic literaturesSemitic

    893 NonSemitic AfroAsiaticliteratures

    894 Altaic Uralic HyperboreanDravidian

    895 Literatures of EastSoutheast Asia

    896 African literatures

    897 North American nativeliteratures

    898 South American nativeliteratures

    899 Austronesian otherliteratures

    900

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  • Geography history andauxiliary disciplines

    901 Philosophy theory

    902 Miscellany

    903 Dictionaries encyclopedias

    904 Collected accounts ofevents

    905 Serial publications

    906 organisations management

    907 Education research relatedtopics

    907.202 Historians biographies andwork

    908 Kinds of persons treatment

    909 World history

    910 Geography travel

    910.202 http://www.lonelyplanet.com

    911 Historical geography

    912 Graphic representations

    913 Geography of and travel inancient world

    914 Geography of and travel inEurope

    914.2 Geography of the British Isles

    915 Geography of and travel inAsia

    916 Geography of and travel inAfrica

    917 Geography of and travel inNorth America

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  • 918 Geography of and travel inSouth America

    919 Geography of and travel inother areas

    920 Biography genealogyinsignia

    921 (optional number)

    922 (optional number)

    923 (optional number)

    924 (optional number)

    925 (optional number)

    926 (optional number)

    927 (optional number)

    928 (optional number)

    929 Genealogy names insignia

    929.1 http://www.ancestry.com

    929.2 Family history

    929.92 Flags

    930 History of ancient world to499 CE

    931 China to 420

    932 Egypt to 640 CE

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    933 Palestine to 70

    934 India to 647

    935 Mesopotamia IranianPlateau to 637

    936 Europe north west of Italyto 499 CE

    937 Italy adjacent territories to

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  • 476

    938 Greece to 323

    939 Other parts of ancientworld to 640 CE

    940 General history of Europe

    941 British Isles

    942.5 Ireland

    942 England Wales

    943 Central Europe Germany

    944 France Monaco

    945 Italian Peninsula adjacentislands

    946 Iberian Peninsula adjacentislands

    947 Eastern Europe Russia

    947.004924 Jews in Russiahttp://www.friendspartners.org

    948 Scandinavia

    949 Other parts of Europe

    949.7 Balkans

    950 General history of Asia FarEast

    951 China adjacent areas

    952 Japan

    953 Arabian Peninsula adjacentareas

    954 South Asia India

    955 Iran

    956 Middle East (Near East)

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  • 957 Siberia (Asiatic Russia)

    958 Central Asia

    958.1 Afghanistan

    959 South east Asia

    960 General history of Africa

    961 Tunisia Libya

    962 Egypt Sudan

    963 Ethiopia Eritrea

    964 Northwest African coastoffshore islands

    965 Algeria

    966 West Africa offshoreislands

    967 Central Africa offshoreislands

    968 Southern Africa Republicof South Africa

    969 South Indian Ocean islands

    970 General history of NorthAmerica

    971 Canada

    972 Middle America Mexico

    973 United States

    974 Northeastern United States

    975 South eastern UnitedStates

    976 South central United States

    977

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  • North central United States

    978 Western United States

    979 Great Basin Pacific Sloperegion

    980 General history of SouthAmerica

    981 Brazil

    982 Argentina

    983 Chile

    984 Bolivia

    985 Peru

    986 Colombia Ecuador

    987 Venezuela

    988 Guiana

    989 Paraguay Uruguay

    990 General history of otherareas

    991 [unassigned]

    992 [unassigned]

    993 New Zealand

    994 Australia

    995 Melanesia New Guinea

    996 Other parts of PacificPolynesia

    997 Atlantic Ocean islands

    998 Arctic islands Antarctica

    999 Extraterrestrial worlds

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