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					                             New and Changed Entries
                                   August 2008
The following selected new and changed entries are effective on August 1. We
expanded and revised four areas of the Tables and Schedules: (1) the Table 5 Ethnic
and National Groups provisions for peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke,
Malayo-Polynesian languages of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, East Timor;
(2) the related Table 6 Languages provisions; (3) the related 499 and 899 schedule
entries; and (4) the various types of gymnastics in 796.44 and 796.47 and the related
613.71 schedule entry.

Individual changes to records are not indicated in Tables 5 and 6. Changes to
schedule numbers are indicated only by underlining. Other schedule changes are
underlined, and deletions are marked by strikethroughs. Schedule entries without
underlining or strikethroughs are old entries that are included for context. Please
consult WebDewey for complete access to all updates to DDC 22, and Abridged
WebDewey for complete access to all updates to Abridged Edition 14.

Edition 22

Table 5 Ethnic and National Groups

—992 2         Peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Malayo-Polynesian
               languages of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, East Timor; peoples
               who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Chamic languages

                   Former heading: Peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke,
                   Indonesian and Chamic languages

                   Including peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, central
                   Malayo-Polynesian languages; Jarai, Rhade (Rade)

                   Class here people of Indonesia as a national group; peoples who speak,
                   or whose ancestors spoke, Local Malay languages

                   Class comprehensive works on Montagnards of Vietnam in —9593

                      For peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Malay (Bahasa
                      Malaysia, Standard Malay) or aboriginal Malay languages, and
                      Malaysians as a national group, see —9928

                      See also —9912 for peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke,
                      non-Austronesian languages of New Guinea; also —995 for
                      peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Eastern
                      Malayo-Polynesian languages


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—992 22         People who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Javanese

—992 23         Peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, other Malayo-
                Polynesian languages of Java and Bali

                      Class people who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Indonesian
                      (Bahasa Indonesia) in —9922

—992 232              Sundanese (People who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Sunda)

—992 234              Madurese (People who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Madura)

—992 238              Balinese (People who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Bali)

—992 24         Peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Malayo-Polynesian
                languages of Sumatra

—992 242              Aceh (Achinese)

—992 244              Minangkabau

—992 246              Peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Batak languages

—992 246 2               Toba Batak

—992 246 6               Dairi Batak (Pakpak)

—992 248              Lampung

—992 25         Peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Malayo-Polynesian
                languages of Kalimantan, Sarawak, Sabah, Brunei

—992 256              Banjar (Banjarese)

—992 26         Peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Malayo-Polynesian
                languages of Celebes (Sulawesi)

—992 262              Bugis (Buginese)

—992 264              Makasar

—992 8       Malays

                Including peoples who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, aboriginal
                Malay languages



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               Class here people who speak, or whose ancestors spoke, Malay
               (Bahasa Malaysia, Standard Malay); people of Malaysia as a national
               group

                    For citizens of Malaysia belonging to other ethnic groups, see the
                    ethnic group, e.g., Chinese —9510595

Table 6 Languages

—992 2      Malayo-Polynesian languages of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei,
            East Timor; Chamic languages

               Former heading: Indonesian and Chamic languages

               Standard subdivisions are added for Malayo-Polynesian languages of
               Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, East Timor, Chamic
               languages together; for Malayo-Polynesian languages of Indonesia,
               Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, East Timor together; for
               Malayo-Polynesian languages of Indonesia alone

               Including central Malayo-Polynesian languages

               Class here Local Malay languages

                    For Malay (Bahasa Malaysia, Standard Malay) and aboriginal
                    Malay languages, see —9928

                    See also —9912 for non-Austronesian languages of New Guinea;
                    also —995 for Eastern Malayo-Polynesian languages

—992 21        Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)

                    Class comprehensive works on Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) and
                    Malay (Bahasa Malaysia, Standard Malay) in —9928

—992 22        Javanese

—992 23        Other Malayo-Polynesian languages of Java and Bali

—992 232            Sunda (Sundanese)

—992 234            Madura (Madurese)

—992 238            Bali (Balinese)

—992 24        Malayo-Polynesian languages of Sumatra

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—992 242           Aceh (Achinese)

—992 244           Minangkabau

—992 246           Batak languages

—992 246 2             Batak Toba

—992 246 6             Batak Dairi

—992 248           Lampung

—992 25         Malayo-Polynesian languages of Kalimantan, Sarawak, Sabah, Brunei

                   Including northwest Malayo-Polynesian languages

—992 256           Banjar (Banjarese)

—992 26         Malayo-Polynesian languages of Celebes (Sulawesi)

                   Class here Sulawesi languages

—992 262           Bugis (Buginese)

—992 264           Makasar

—992 8       Malay (Bahasa Malaysia, Standard Malay) and aboriginal Malay
             languages

                Standard subdivisions are added for Malay (Bahasa Malaysia,
                Standard Malay) and aboriginal Malay languages together, for Malay
                (Bahasa Malaysia, Standard Malay) alone

                Including Proto-Malay, Jakun

                Class here comprehensive works on Malay (Bahasa Malaysia,
                Standard Malay) and Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)

                Class comprehensive works on Local Malay languages in —9922;
                class Semang, Senoic languages in —9593

                   For Indonesian, see —99221

Schedules



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499   Non-Austronesian languages of Oceania, Austronesian languages, miscellaneous
      languages

         Add to 499 the numbers following —99 in notation 991–999 from Table 6,
         e.g., Polynesian languages 499.4, Maori 499.442; then to the number for each
         language listed below add notation 01–8 from Table 4, e.g., grammar of Maori
         499.4425

             499.211 Tagalog (Filipino)

             499.221 Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)

             499.222 Javanese

             499.2232 Sunda (Sundanese)

             499.2234 Madura (Madurese)

             499.2238 Bali (Balinese)

             499.2242 Aceh (Achinese)

             499.2244 Minangkabau

             499.22462 Batak Toba

             499.22466 Batak Dairi

             499.2248 Lampung

             499.2256 Banjar (Banjarese)

             499.2262 Bugis (Buginese)

             499.2264 Makasar

             499.28 Malay (Bahasa Malaysia, Standard Malay)

             499.3 Malagasy

             499.42 Hawaiian

             499.442 Maori

             499.444 Tahitian



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         499.462 Samoan

         499.92 Basque

         499.95 Sumerian

         499.9623 Abkhaz

         499.9625 Adyghe

         499.969 Georgian

         499.992 Esperanto

         499.993 Interlingua

613.71   Exercise and sports activities

            Standard subdivisions are added for exercise and sports activities
            together, for exercise alone

            Class here comprehensive works on care of physique and form
            [formerly 646.75]; interdisciplinary works on aerobic exercise

            Class physical yoga in 613.7046; class exercises to aid childbirth in
            618.244; class parental supervision of children’s exercise and sports
            activities in 649.57; class exercise and sports activities as recreation in
            796; class comprehensive works on physiological processes of
            exercise and sports in 612.044

                For breathing exercises, see 613.192; for aerobic gymnastics, see
                796.44

796.44   Sports gGymnastics

            Including rhythmic gymnastics, use of horizontal and parallel bars,
            vaulting aerobic gymnastics (sports aerobics)

            Class interdisciplinary works on aerobic exercise in 613.71

                For trapeze work, rope climbing, tightrope walking, see 796.46;
                for tumbling, trampolining, acrobatics, tumbling, trampolining,
                contortion, see 796.47

                See also 613.714 for gymnastic exercises


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796.442            Artistic gymnastics

                       Gymnastics whose routines use the following apparatus: floor
                       [formerly 796.47], balance beam, high bar, parallel bars, pommel
                       horse, still rings, uneven bars, vault

796.443            Rhythmic gymnastics

                       Gymnastics whose routines use the following apparatus: ball,
                       clubs, hoop, ribbon, rope

796.47          Tumbling, trampolining, Aacrobatics, tumbling, trampolining, contortion

                   Including floor exercise

                   Floor as an apparatus in artistic gymnastics relocated to 796.442

                       See also 791.34 for acrobatics as circus acts

796.472            Tumbling

                       Class tumbling as part of artistic gymnastics in 796.442; class
                       tumbling as part of rhythmic gymnastics in 796.443; class
                       tumbling as part of trampolining in 796.474

796.474            Trampolining

                       Class here trampoline, synchronized trampoline, double
                       mini-trampoline

796.476            Acrobatics

                       Class here acrobatic gymnastics (sports acrobatics)

                           For acrobatics as circus acts, see 791.34

899      Literatures of non-Austronesian languages of Oceania, of Austronesian languages,
         of miscellaneous languages

            Add to 899 the numbers following —99 in notation 991–999 from Table 6,
            e.g., Polynesian literatures 899.4, Maori literature 899.442; then to the number
            given for each literature listed below add further as instructed at beginning of
            Table 3, e.g., a collection of Maori literature 899.44208

                899.211 Tagalog (Filipino)



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PERIOD TABLE FOR TAGALOG (FILIPINO)
  1 Early period to 1799
  2 1800–1899
  3 1900–1999
  4 2000–

899.221 Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)

PERIOD TABLE FOR INDONESIAN (BAHASA INDONESIA)
  1 Early period to 1899
  2 1900–1999
  3 2000–

899.222 Javanese

899.2232 Sunda (Sundanese)

899.2234 Madura (Madurese)

899.2238 Bali (Balinese)

899.2242 Aceh (Achinese)

899.2244 Minangkabau

899.22462 Batak Toba

899.22466 Batak Dairi

899.2248 Lampung

899.2256 Banjar (Banjarese)

899.2262 Bugis (Buginese)

899.2264 Makasar

899.28 Malay (Bahasa Malaysia, Standard Malay)

899.3 Malagasy

899.42 Hawaiian

899.442 Maori

899.444 Tahitian

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            899.462 Samoan

            899.92 Basque

            899.95 Sumerian

            899.9623 Abkhaz

            899.9625 Adyghe

            899.969 Georgian

            899.992 Esperanto

Abridged Edition 14
613.7    Physical fitness
            Including massage, comprehensive works on care of physique and
            form [both formerly 646.7]; exercise, e.g., aerobic dancing,
            calisthenics, exercises from martial arts traditions; promotion of health
            of athletes; physical yoga; posture, relaxation, rest, sleep; weight
            lifting for fitness, interdisciplinary works on aerobic exercise, on body
            building and weight lifting
            Class here comprehensive works on diet and physical fitness
            Class breathing for relaxation in 613; class exercise therapy for obesity
            in 616.3; class exercises to aid childbirth in 618.2; class parental
            supervision of children’s exercise and sports activities in 649; class
            exercise and sports activities as recreation in 796; class comprehensive
            works on physiological processes of exercise and sports in 612; class
            therapeutic massage, interdisciplinary works on massage in 615.8
                    For diet, see 613.2; for weight lifting as a sport, bodybuilding
                    contests, see 796.4; for aerobic gymnastics, see 796.44

796.44      Sports gGymnastics
                Including aerobic gymnastics (sports aerobics), artistic gymnastics
                (gymnastics whose routines use the following apparatus: floor
                [formerly 796.47], balance beam, high bar, parallel bars, pommel
                horse, still rings, uneven bars, vault), rhythmic gymnastics (gymnastics
                whose routines use the following apparatus: ball, clubs, hoop, ribbon,
                rope)

                Class interdisciplinary works on aerobic exercise in 613.7



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                For trapeze work, rope climbing, tightrope walking, see
                796.46; for tumbling, trampolining, acrobatics, tumbling,
                trampolining, see 796.47
                See also 613.7 for gymnastic exercises
796.47   Tumbling, trampolining, Aacrobatics, tumbling, trampolining, contortion

            Including floor exercise

            Floor as an apparatus in artistic gymnastics relocated to 796.44

            Class tumbling as part of artistic and rhythmic gymnastics in 796.44

                See also For acrobatics as circus acts, see 791.34 for acrobatics
                as circus acts




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