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1. The census can not total up its own demography.
2. What were unequivocally dramatic were changes in demography and urban structure.
3. Social and economic history and demography have a key role in guiding policy-making beyond crisis responses towards fundamental medium- and long-run issues.Sentencedict.com
4. The equation needed to adjust for practice demography will be difficult to validate.
5. Demography and population Average height achieved at a given age is a sensitive measure of the nutritional status of a population.
6. But this study, from psychologists in Durham, is demography not anecdote.
7. In these respects the demography of the nineteenth century is less easy to explore than that of the parish-register period.
8. Demography and population Few studies of the nineteenth-century migration process have concentrated on the detailed longitudinal analysis of specific groups of migrants.
9. The growth optimists point to India's favourable demography.
10. Second, and more subtly, one can look at demography.
11. Demography is the analysis of population variables.
12. The study's findings were reported in the Demography.
13. But this is what elementary demography makes clear.
14. The subject of demography has merged with that of reproductive strategies of organisms.
15. Demography is like a supertanker; it takes decades to turn around.
16. The Red Colobus Monkeys: Variation In Demography, Behavior, And Ecology Of Endangered Species.
17. The increase in the number of young people leaving to work in the cities has had a dramatic impact on the demography of the villages.
18. It minimises uncertainty and helps to anticipate changes for example in demography, social factors, values and employment levels. 3.
19. This team draws together researchers with experience in economic and social demography with epidemiology and statistics.
20. Notable examples include foreign exchange and financial markets, technology and demography.
21. Consumer markets are usually segmented on the basis of geography, demography and buyer-behaviour.
22. Forecasting future fertility is the most difficult task in demography, and seldom successfully attempted.
23. All previous elections had possessed a ritual quality with the outcome determined in advance by religious demography.
24. He set out to learn the theory and data of demography.
25. There are two reasons why India will soon start to outpace China. One is demography.
26. Yet what Japan fails to appreciate is that, as the years pass, its economic ailments are being compounded by skewed demography.
27. This is a two-year integrated project involving four scholars specializing in literature, demography , economics and political science.
28. As for supply, the picture in much of the developed world is haunted by demography.
29. The sample point is the location data of each cluster of townships, and the variable is the demography of votes of political parties or camps.
30. Even if you look at countries in the same income bracket, there are plenty of factors, from demography to culture, that confuse the picture.
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