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noun as in tabular structure

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The top luxury groups across the board are shrugging off the war in Ukraine and a stock market meltdown, pointing to a stratification in spending between the wealthy and the mere mass affluent.

From Quartz

That finding appeared in the February Research in Social Stratification and Mobility.

Los Angeles county isn’t using a risk stratification at their mega vaccination sites, and we are very candid about the model we are using given the amount of doses we have.

From Time

Those kinds of literacy tests were ultimately rejected because of the stratification and the exclusion that they introduced.

Priorities should be based on risk stratification, with more immediate access given to vulnerable populations such as the elderly, people with diabetes and obesity, or people in high-risk occupations.

From Fortune

Indeed, in a world that seems bent on social stratification, the Juggalos are still busting things up, confusing the Man.

Even when one breaches the list at Chiltern, other layers of social stratification exist inside.

But to have there be a gender stratification when it comes to music?

I had just finished Close Encounters so I decided to write about social stratification on a film set.

Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 28 (2), 171-197.

The stratification at Broughton is peculiar, and different from anything that is found either in Thetford or Coleraine.

Much of the rock-surface was dense granite comparatively free from cleavage lines, soft materials, or stratification.

Two instances of this waved stratification of the Lake Superior sandstone deserve notice.

It is recently asserted that this change in the stratification occurs about a mile above the Falls.

Such is the condition of the disturbed stratification at the Porcupine Mountains.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stratification, such as: lamination, layer, stratum, and delamination.

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