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However, this is not usually practical, and the following compromises may be considered:
But most commonly, either overall or within such categories as those named above, librarians classify works according to subject content. To class a work on two or more interrelated subjects considered from two or more aspects, the classifier may have to apply a combination of the foregoing.
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