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As Unbounce quantifies all of these essential UX and performance-based elements, you can benefit from a clear-cut snapshot of the elements that are currently working well and what needs improvement.

Individual behavior, although hard to quantify, has played an important role, says Ferdinando Luca Lorini, director of intensive care at a hospital in Bergamo.

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A model for collaborationThis agreement could be one of the few specific interventions that is big enough to allow researchers to quantify its impact on the size of the monarch population.

At GroupM, for example, the media agency’s buyers have been quantifying the impact of exchange fees as part of their own attempts to broker preferred rates with SSPs.

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The company said it was following all federal guidelines, although no agency had quantified the dangers posed to workers like Steadman due to stepped-up plasma donations.

“Many know that they have issues with sleep, but a proper quantification of it helps…” he says.

This is specious quantification, whether or not differential equations have been incompetently applied.

But much of what makes a candidate a Wingnut resists easy quantification.

The writer does not avail himself of the new accentual quantification, and his other licences are but few.

And we have traveled the road familiar to many nursing scholars, the road of expertise in objectification and quantification.

The like may also be said about his other innovation, the Quantification of the Predicate.

Hamilton's great paradox was the quantification of the predicate; a fearful phrase, easily explained.

In this the principle of the quantification of the predicate was first explicitly stated.


On this page you'll find 91 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to quantification, such as: amount, analysis, appraisal, assessment, density, and dimension.

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