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census
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Great Expectations
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  • He had a bag of money in his pocket, like a pudding in the cloth, and on that property married a young person in bed-furniture, with great rejoicings; the whole population of Portsmouth (nine in number at the last census) turning out on the beach to rub their own hands and shake everybody else’s, and sing "Fill, fill!"

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  • It is difficult to count all the homeless when performing the census.
  • Texas is expected to gain seats in Congress after the next census.

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