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Melvil Decimal System: 394.12094

Wording: Social Sciences > Customs, Etiquette, Folklore > General Customs > Eating, drinking, using drugs > Eating and drinking > Not set > Not set > Not set

Dewmoji: πŸ‘« > πŸŽ‘ > πŸ›ƒ > 🍴 > 🍴🍸 > ? > ? > ?

0
Information
174,113
ℹ️
1
Philosophy and Psychology
161,504
πŸ’­
2
Religion
421,186
πŸ™πŸ½
3
Social Sciences
879,963
πŸ‘«
4
Language
117,771
πŸ’¬
5
Mathematics and Science
273,587
πŸ”¬
6
Technology
638,580
πŸ’‘
7
Arts and Recreation
650,093
🎨
8
Literature
863,222
πŸ“š
9
Biography and History
549,410
πŸ—Ώ
30
Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology
176,438
πŸ‘­
31
Statistics
2,049
πŸ“Š
32
Political Science
98,942
πŸ‘‘
33
Economics
151,617
πŸ‚
34
Law
90,200
βš–
35
Public Administration, Military Science
44,251
πŸ‘ƒ
36
Social Problems, Social Services
116,709
πŸ—Ώ
37
Education
119,000
πŸŽ“
38
Commerce, Communications, Transportation
33,129
πŸ›£
39
Customs, Etiquette, Folklore
47,628
πŸŽ‘
390
Customs and folklore
1,370
πŸŽ‘
391
Costume, Cosmetics and Fashion
4,215
πŸ’„
392
Family, Courtship, Marriage and Sex
1,407
πŸ‘ͺ
393
Social aspects of death
720
⚱
394
General Customs
7,895
πŸ›ƒ
395
Etiquette
2,704
🍴
396
[Formerly "Woman's Position and Treatment"; No longer used]
164
πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§
397
Nomadic peoples (No longer used)
76
🐫
398
Folklore
29,026
πŸ‰
399
Customs of war and diplomacy
51
πŸ—‘
394.0
33
394.1
Eating, drinking, using drugs
1,437
🍴
394.2
Special Occasions
5,248
πŸŽ‰
394.3
Recreational customs
116
394.4
Official ceremonies and observances
112
394.5
Pageants, processions, parades
56
🎈
394.6
Fairs
43
🎑
394.7
Chivalry; Tournaments
58
πŸ›‘
394.8
Dueling and suicide
66
πŸ”«
394.9
Cannibalism
42
🍴
394.10
119
394.11394.12
Eating and drinking
470
🍴🍸
394.13
Drinking of alcoholic beverages
70
🍸🍷🍢🍻
394.14
Use of drugs
81
πŸ’ŠπŸ’‰πŸ„
394.15
Customs of tea
30
🍡
394.16
Food taboos
1
🚫
394.17394.18394.19
394.120
261
394.121394.122
1
394.123394.124394.125
6
394.126394.127394.128394.129
394.1200
1
394.1201
1
394.1202394.1203
2
394.1204394.1205394.1206394.1207
2
394.1208
12
394.1209
238
394.12090
4
394.12091
1
394.12092394.12093
13
394.12094
87
394.12095
39
394.12096
5
394.12097
67
394.12098
2
394.12099
3
394.120940
3
394.120941
18
394.120942
20
394.120943
3
394.120944
5
394.120945
15
394.120946
3
394.120947
3
394.120948
4
394.120949
2

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Wording

1922 Edition
Modern language
Emoji

"Far Friends"

MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.

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