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Again in this Category, as in the preceding, one we have tried to select non-multiple galaxies, or galaxies that have a reasonable chance of being non-multiple. Some of the galaxies in this Category can have filaments or extensions, but the most prominent aspect must be a distorted or peculiar central body.

Elongated galaxies make up the first members of this Category, Page 16.1. Then the criterion shifts to that of ``clumpy irregulars'' (for a complete discussion of this term see Casini and Heidmann (1976), Heidmann (1979), and Heidmann, Klein and Wielebinski (1982)). The final two pages in this Category show examples of high-surface-brightness, irregularly shaped galaxies.

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