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It adapted measures every seven days to calibrate the blow to the wounded economy.
AS INFECTION RATES RISE, EUROPE EMBRACES A ‘LOCKDOWN LITE’ STRATEGYKDUNN6SEPTEMBER 24, 2020FORTUNE
So your default position might be that you should use all of that data to calibrate your estimates of uncertainty, rather than to try to predict under which conditions polls might be more or less reliable.
OUR ELECTION FORECAST DIDN’T SAY WHAT I THOUGHT IT WOULDNATE SILVER (NRSILVER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 17, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Instead, they take to the streets when they think something is going seriously wrong in the city—and particularly in its carefully calibrated relationship with Beijing.
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Also, we’ve found that FiveThirtyEight’s models — including our election forecasts since they were first published in 2008 — have been well calibrated over time.
HOW FIVETHIRTYEIGHT’S 2020 PRESIDENTIAL FORECAST WORKS — AND WHAT’S DIFFERENT BECAUSE OF COVID-19NATE SILVER (NRSILVER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 12, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Yuriy Boykiv, the president of DentsuX, said that while some fashion brands are “still calibrating” their spending, spending on digital and e-commerce have increased.
‘THE ITALIANS ARE BACK’: FASHION ADVERTISING ROARS BACK TO LIFE FOR PUBLISHERSMAX WILLENSJULY 22, 2020DIGIDAY
A house, or some such landmark which is shewn on our trench maps, is usually chosen to calibrate upon.
THREE YEARS IN FRANCE WITH THE GUNS:C. A. ROSE
How would you know that the weights you used to calibrate your scale were really what you thought them to be?
LETTERS OF A RADIO-ENGINEER TO HIS SONJOHN MILLS
It would be more correct to calibrate it in units of air pressure.
THE AEROPLANE SPEAKSH. BARBER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CALIBRATE

  • arrange
  • calibrate
  • class
  • group
  • mark off
  • measure
  • measure out
  • order
  • proportion
  • range
  • rank
  • regulate
  • sort
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