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demographic

Pertaining to characteristics of the population, such as race, age, household income, median home price, and number of inhabitants per household. The U.S. Census Bureau (www.census.gov) collects a wealth of demographic data.

Example: Families without insurance, 2003 and 2004:

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Therefore, the present study focused on the association between initial clinical presentation (mainly nasal obstruction) of patients selected for septoplasty and demographical characteristics in Northern Saudi Arabia.
An important characteristic is the higher demographical vulnerability (almost a quarter of the population is vulnerable) compared to the equipment vulnerability (19,9% of population is vulnerable) and the socio-economic vulnerability (19,5%).
These factors could be classified into four categories: the technology factors table 1, the geographical and demographical factors table 2, the regulation and policy factors table 3, data and experiences factors table 4.
Find the variation in prospective teachers' disposition about instructional planning and strategies on the basis of demographical variables (i.e.
But it should be mentioned that the ARHMM with demographical for distinct state Xt could also be developed with more complexity.
"We have several planned openings in the city, all fit the similar demographical nature of Hockley as urban villages, where people live, work and play."
"If the inherent strengths of PSBs, in terms of their reach and experience in delivering banking services to a larger geographical and demographical domain are to be used, their efforts should be suitably compensated on commercial considerations," the RBI said.
To arrive at a common denominator, one must assess the motivators of each demographical subset.
The insights are intended to help the Islamic banking leader understand the developments in the regulatory, economic, demographical and technological landscape.
This demographical shift demonstrates the importance for financial institutions to adapt to the evolving technology landscape -- fast.
There is so much information in them - both historical and demographical.
This is despite a number of ongoing challenges brought about by the geography and demographical make-up of Northumberland.

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