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  • No doubt when the palace had been built there had been no question of this god's placement next to Amaat, but she seemed to have fallen out of favor, the demographic of the station, or perhaps just fashion, having changed.†   (source)
  • We were perfecting techniques in hydrology, learning tide levels and demographics of the ocean floor.†   (source)
  • THE CHANGE IN Clarkston was an accelerated version of demographic changes taking place all across America because of immigration and refugee resettlement.†   (source)
  • Christer spent a week doing spot checks on what sort of demographic is showing up.†   (source)
  • The same demographic groups widely employed at fast food restaurants — the young and the poor — are also responsible for much of the nation's violent crime.†   (source)
  • Then, the following year, we came across an obscure but meticulous demographic study that outlined a human rights violation that had claimed tens of thousands more lives.†   (source)
  • First, he will study the demographics of the county and analyze this in light of the case to compose the model juror.†   (source)
  • The final pair of crime-drop explanations concern two demographic trends.†   (source)
  • I had tried to pull some big ideas from Managing in the Next Society into my argument about knowledge-based economies, globalization, and the ways in which demographics change society.†   (source)
  • The changing demographics of the city posed a challenge for school administrators.†   (source)
  • You're missing a whole demographic of Katherines by not chasing the over-eighty market.†   (source)
  • A healthy rivalry existed between the two groups, based mostly on geography and demographics.†   (source)
  • I did business plans and demographic and marketing studies.†   (source)
  • In the actual voice chosen, the frequency range and the pitch were a little higher than one would expect from a pilot, and in fact it's higher-pitched than the average demographic of the BMW user, so that the owner could still feel highly masculine and in control.†   (source)
  • But then the demographics of the country began to change.†   (source)
  • The demographics of the United States show that the number of Hispanics is growing, especially in the South.
  • District demographics indicate it will be a tight race if both parties put forth moderate candidates.
  • Based on its demographics, the city shouldn't have that many instances of the disease.
  • Given the demographics of modern Israel, she suspected the accent was authentic.†   (source)
    demographics = characteristics of human populations
  • I've seen the latest confidential Corps demographic reports.†   (source)
  • * Lesson N u m b e r Two: Demographic L u c k 5.†   (source)
  • This same demographic logic applies to Jewish lawyers in New York like Maurice Janklow.†   (source)
  • The decade of the 1930s is what is called a "demographic trough."†   (source)
  • We've drawn social security numbers at random within that demographic.†   (source)
  • Criminologists like Wilson and James Alan Fox had badly misread the demographic data.†   (source)
  • As newcomers arrived, many older white residents simply left, and the demographic change was reflected in nearly all of Clarkston's institutions.†   (source)
  • Going into any prison is deeply confusing if you know anything about the racial demographics of America.†   (source)
  • Getting Over It While the city government of Clarkston—and Swaney in particular—struggled to deal with radical demographic change, a handful of institutions in town had stared change in the face and found ways to embrace it.†   (source)
  • Mort Janklow went to Columbia University Law School, because demographic trough babies have their pick of selective schools.†   (source)
  • And of course they were: they had to feed the needs of the big generation just ahead of those born in the demographic trough of the 1930s, and the big generation of baby boomers coming up behind them.†   (source)
  • This person will have been born in a demographic trough, so as to have had the best of New York's public schools and the easiest time in the job market.†   (source)
  • They persist, generation after generation, virtually intact, even as the economic and social and demographic conditions that spawned them have vanished, and they play such a role in directing attitudes and behavior that we cannot make sense of our world without them.†   (source)
  • The basic formula was to ease repression, educate girls as well as boys, give the girls the freedom to move to the cities and take factory jobs, and then benefit from a demographic dividend as they delayed marriage and reduced childbearing.†   (source)
  • As upper-middleclass and well-educated people increasingly reject fast food, the industry has responded much like the tobacco industry once did when that demographic group decided to quit smoking.†   (source)
  • There was another demographic change, however, unforeseen and long-gestating, that did drastically reduce crime in the 1990s.†   (source)
  • Children's clubs have for years been considered an effective means of targeting ads and collecting demographic information; the clubs appeal to a child's fundamental need for status and belonging.†   (source)
  • And their success led many others to aim marketing efforts at kids, turning America's youngest consumers into a demographic group that is now avidly studied, analyzed, and targeted by the world's largest corporations.†   (source)
  • Demographic change is too slow and subtle a process—you don't graduate from teenage hoodlum to senior citizen in just a few years—to even begin to explain the suddenness of the crime decline.†   (source)
  • McDonald's later developed a computer software program called Quintillion that automated its site-selection process, combining satellite imagery with detailed maps, demographic information, CAD drawings, and sales information from existing stores.†   (source)
  • The data also included some information about each teacher and demographic information for every student, as well as his or her past and future test scores—which would prove a key element in detecting the teacher cheating.†   (source)
  • Each of the three powers which now divide the world is in fact unconquerable, and could only become conquerable through slow demographic changes which a government with wide powers can easily avert.†   (source)
  • The next most likely demographic would be the church kids: They're plentiful, and they are definitely interested in school domination.†   (source)
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