(Received 3 April 1985; accepted 3 July 1985)
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Ensembles of class characteristics resulting from indifferent quality assurance in manufacturing techniques may legitimately transcend conventional attitudes concerning class characteristics. Ensembles of these subclass characteristics converge on individual characteristics. This is illustrated using the data describing Titan .25-caliber automatic pistols contained in the Criminalistics Laboratory Information System (CLIS) list.
Professor of forensic science, University of California School of Public Health, Berkeley, CA
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