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Federal prisons most often house people who have been convicted of federal crimes, including those committed against a federal institution; people who have been convicted of interstate crimes can also be placed in a federal prison, according to a Library Index article. State prisons generally house

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The classification of an operating system is a grouping that differentiates or identifies the operating system based on how it works, the type of hardware it controls and the applications it supports. The basic function of an operating system is to make the hardware usable and enable user applicatio

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As of 2015, there are 122 federal correction institutions in America, including six regional offices, one headquarters, two staff training centers, and 26 residential re-entry management offices in the United States. There are also 14 additional correctional federal facilities that are operated by p

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Linnean classification is the traditional classification system of all living things. This system classifies plants and animals by body structure and a descending order of categories. These categories are kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus and species.

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There are three major types of computer classifications: size, functionality and data handling. Classification of computers in relation to size divides computers into four main categories: mainframe computers, minicomputers, micro-computers and supercomputers. Different-sized computers offer differe

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A federal system of government is characterized by the constitutionally-mandated division of political authority between the national government and sub-national territories, such as states or provinces. While being under one central government, each sub-unit maintains a certain level of political a

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Modern taxonomy was developed during the 18th century by the Swedish naturalist Carl von Linne. Writing under the Latinized name Carolus Linnaeus, Linn compiled an exhaustive list of the plants and animals he encountered in his travels.

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The Georgia Diagnostic and Classification State Prison in Jackson, Georgia, houses adult male felons who are in the close security category or are on death row, and it carries out state executions of prisoners, as of 2015, notes the Georgia Department of Corrections. The state built the facility in

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Carolus Linnaeus invented a classification system for living things. His naming system was called binomial nomenclature. This naming system gives each organism two names: a genus name and a species name.

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As of 2015, you can find inmates in federal prisons through the Inmate Locator page on the website for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. This database of federal prisoners contains information for inmates incarcerated from 1982 forward.