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They started with a quantitative screen estimating where stocks may be valued at the end of 2021 assuming they “hit analyst numbers and see a return to normalized multiples.”
Beyond data mining, these pieces of content also reach the human eyes that are ultimately scanning for qualitative and quantitative points to help them determine their investment strategies.
We conducted a cross-sectional quantitative survey, designed to be representative of young women in these communities.
Our quantitative estimates for each race are converted into qualitative ratings as described in the chart below.
Galileo merged mathematics with natural philosophy and quantitative experimental methodology to provide a foundation for understanding nature on nature’s terms, rather than Aristotle’s.
Latin, on the other hand, was a quantitative language, in which accent was relatively subordinate.
NEW LATIN GRAMMARCHARLES E. BENNETT
But the quantitative difference of acquired precept between the later pagan and the early Christian is not the key to the future.
THE HISTORY OF FREEDOMJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON
Croce says that genius has a quantitative and not a qualitative signification, but he offers no demonstration.
ART PRINCIPLESERNEST GOVETT
The character of your training and experience leads you to exact and quantitative thought.
HERBERT HOOVERVERNON KELLOGG
This it is which chiefly gives us the numerical data on which we have to rely for the quantitative features of tidal evolution.
TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL

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