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Definition of Demographically
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demographically
Literary usage of Demographically
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1. Australia by OECD Staff, Patrik Andersson (2005)
"Projections of demographically driven federal spending Percentages of GDP Source: Commonwealth of Australia (2002), Intergenerational Report, Canberra. 9. ..."
2. Economic Report of the President of the United States, 1996 by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"The demographically adjusted unemployment rate weights the actual unemployment rates for different demographic groups by their labor force shares in a given ..."
3. Environmental Theology by Richard Cartwright Austin (1990)
"Lester R. Brown and Jodi L. Jacobson, "Our demographically Divided World," WorldWatch Paper 74 (December 1986), 21. Significant exceptions include India, ..."
4. Federalism: The Canadian Experience by Ronald L. Watts (1997)
"demographically, with a population approaching 30 million, Canada is more modest in ... demographically Canada is thus like a long string of beads. ..."
5. Medicare HMO's: HCFA Can Promptly Eliminate Hundreds of Millions in Excess by Jonathan Ratner (1998)
"The cost implications of health status differences can be dramatic for two demographically alike beneficiaries: one may experience occasional minor ailments ..."
6. Demography: Textbook for the South African Student by Willem Petrus Mostert (1998)
"This type of pyramid is characteristic of a demographically young population — that is to say, and a population with a large proportion of children, ..."
7. Victimization: Nature and Trends by Willem Johannes Schurink (1992)
"For example, neighbourhoods are often segregated by race and income, and apartment complexes by age and marital status. These demographically segregated ..."