02.09 Thematic display
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SN indicates, if necessary, a scope note explaining how the descriptor is used. For descriptors based on the specialized terminology of the CRC, the Glossary should also be consulted;
UF (Used for) indicates a synonym from which a "use" reference has been made;
BT (Broader Term) indicates the term(s) immediately above the descriptor in the hierarchy to which it belongs. If the Broader Term is not the term at the top of the hierarchy (Top Term), then the Top Term is also indicated, preceded by one or more plus signs (+). One plus sign indicates that the Top Term is one level above the BT, two plus signs indicates that it is two levels above the BT, etc.;
NT (Narrower Term) indicates the term(s) immediately below the descriptor in the hierarchy;
RT (Related Term) indicates terms that are related in a non- hierarchical way to the descriptor;
This section is lists the descriptors by main theme according to a numerical code. Some descriptors appear under more than one theme.
This section lists, under each top term, the hierarchy of terms that comes under it. Descriptors that have no BTs or NTs do not appear in this section.
This section is an index to each significant word (excluding such words as "the", "and" and "of") in the descriptors and non-descriptors.