Similar words: statistics, statistical, artistic, static, ecstatic, statically, eristic, sadistic. Meaning: [stə'tɪstɪk(l)] n. a datum that can be represented numerically.

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1. We can't let these boys become just another

*statistic*.2. An important

*statistic*is that 94 per cent of crime relates to property.3. The

*statistic*comes from a study recently conducted by the British government.4. The city's most shocking

*statistic*is its high infant mortality rate.5. But let us glory in a

*statistic*for once.6. But perhaps the most amazing

*statistic*is Clinton's age.7. In 1984, the

*statistic*for the Thames Valley was one in 10.8. The

*statistic*most often used to measure within-group variability is the standard deviation, although there are other possibilities.9. However, this

*statistic*conceals that levels of nitrogen dioxide have changed little since 1983.10. Yet such an esoteric

*statistic*took second place to a tale of personal commitment and courage.11. Without a name, he was just a

*statistic*, a single digit in the vast lists of war.12. He would have become just another abortion

*statistic*, and speaks almost bitterly of having his' own downtrodden minority.13. A more revealing

*statistic*is the percentage of women selected to fight council seats for Labour: 22.14. The most interesting

*statistic*is how many of their customers have switched from other providers.15. The

*statistic*on obesity costing the country $ 100 billion a year is similarly suspect.16. You can obtain the beta

*statistic*from major stock brokerage houses or from information services like Value Line.17. Some have given up, to become another pitiful

*statistic*among the year's 100,000 repossessions.18. If box-office is seen as the most important

*statistic*,[sentencedict.com] the information has never been so abundant.19. Another

*statistic*that is even more interesting and germane to the discussion of electronic commerce is the economic factor.20. If a single economic

*statistic*can be blamed for the recent slide towards panic it is the balance of payments figures.21. The

*statistic*would be called a five-quarter centred moving average.22. The likelihood ratio test

*statistic*shown above is a formalization of this.23. Another

*statistic*- 64 percent of Somerwest's 320,000 customers last year were paying a return visit.24. I felt I was no longer being treated as a person but as a

*statistic*.25. The episode would never have become more than a

*statistic*in a communique, but for the nationality of the victorious pilot.26. There was little further public interest in what appeared to be just another

*statistic*.27. Again, it is the doctor's decision that produces the

*statistic*.28. How I loved being normal, even at the risk of becoming a Red Cross water-safety

*statistic*.29. And I kind of object to reducing things to a

*statistic*for a report, although I do it.30. Perhaps I can confirm what he said by reference to one

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