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em pi ri kuh lee

  • r  in an empirical manner
    this can be empirically tested

  • When published aeronautical data turned out to be unreliable, the Wright brothers built their own wind tunnel to test airfoils and measure empirically how to lift a flying machine .
  • Even though Fox probably made a million dollars' worth of trailers and ads, they empirically knew from testing that every dollar they spent on ad time for Idiocracy would be wasted.
  • A platoon of PTI reporters and pollsters fanned out to every corner of the country to measure anecdotally and empirically what's changed in the way we set our priorities .

  • Stephen Breyer in Hot Air (blog)
    Second Amendment rights are different, Breyer says, because "determining the constitutionality of a particular state gun law requires finding answers to complex empirically based questions."
  • Mike Beebe in MyFox Memphis
    When I somewhat obviously and empirically judged that the populist Obama administration is exacerbating the crisis with its budget and policies, as evidenced by the incredible decline in the [stock market] averages since his inauguration, I was met... Jim Cramer http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Cramer&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNExoG9Pbiok9_MjniXjaUmA6AQJDg Washington Times http://www.google.com/url?q=http://washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/10/inside-politics/&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFm2l6v0ED1Vj5-_1mY_touLf9kFA Mar 9, 2009 32702 42048 empirically These stats reflect empirically how significant it is when we put quality preschool programs out there for these at-risk children," Beebe said. "It further reflects how important it is for us to do even more."

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