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Melvil Decimal System: 990

Wording: Biography and History > Pacific > Oceania; Polar Regions

Dewmoji: πŸ—Ώ > πŸ—Ώ > ?

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
90
History
25,934
πŸ”™
91
Geography, Voyages And Travel
112,555
βš“
92
Biography
55,352
πŸ‘©πŸΎ
93
Ancient World
24,732
πŸ“œ
94
Europe
129,026
🏰
95
Asia
35,708
πŸ—»
96
Africa
11,375
🌍
97
North America
133,101
🌽
98
South America
8,267
🍠
99
Pacific
13,360
πŸ—Ώ
990
Oceania; Polar Regions
673
991
Indonesia and Philippines - no longer in use
104
992
Indonesia and Philippines - no longer in use
78
993
Australasia
1,970
🏝
994
Australia
8,404
🐨
995
New Guinea
396
996
Polynesia
1,002
🍍
997
South Atlantic Islands
238
998
Polar regions
356
🐧
999
Extraterrestrial regions
139
🌌
990.0
13
990.1
348
990.2990.3
1
990.4990.5990.6990.7
1
990.8990.9
1

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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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