demographic

[ dem-uh-graf-ik, dee-muh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF demographic

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This help was basic to the demographic portion of this study.

The "demographic" policy of the regime is the result of these premises.

Whether we will or no, this demographic law of interdependence of nations can not be escaped.

The demographic portion of this study has added to the undermining of the frontier myth of the Scotch-Irish.

What are the outstanding results of demographic segregation and social selection in the United States?

There are two ways in which demographic crystallization may have taken place.

Indeed Gifford's study gives an amazing picture of the demographic dissolution of the Pomo in the mid-nineteenth century.

Our sources of information cover only the period during which the demographic status of the natives was undergoing change.

Two other demographic consequences arise from this very early white contact.

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