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  • r  in a quantitative manner
    this can be expressed quantitatively

  • But such an estimate though quantitatively correct may be in total error from the qualitative standpoint.
  • There is even less interaction between the students in the crowded classroom and their teacher, who sits idly by, quantitatively evaluating their assignment drills.
  • For a country that is still struggling with Mao Zedong's legacy where the official line quantitatively insists that Mao was 70% right and only 30% wrong Hu Jiwei's views on .
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  • Vying for the favorite uncle title
    Vying for the favorite uncle title While distance causes us to miss out on much of the nieces' and nephews' lives, time spent together is measured qualitatively as opposed to quantitatively. Uncles don't make you eat your vegetables; uncles don't monitor your sugar intake; uncles don't make you stick to your bedtime. [...] it is just a fact that all my brothers, now adults with children of their ...
    Sept. 13, 2013 - San Antonio Express-News

  • William Rehnquist in Leagle.com
    ...essentially be broken down to two different categories: (1) trial errors "which [occur] during the presentation of the case to the jury, and which may therefore be quantitatively assessed in the context of other evidence presented in order...
  • Jean Ziegler in Hindu
    They discussed the latest political developments in Iraq and stressed the importance of Iraqi troop readiness and building them both quantitatively and qualitatively so they are ready to take control of Iraq's security. Negroponte reaffirmed the... Nouri al-Maliki http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nouri_al-Maliki&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFPNhjEURWKiY3vwCTaE4vwCLTQtQ USA Today http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/iraq/2006-11-03-iraq_x.htm%3FPOE%3DNEWISVA&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFMy4ubx90pznKYnYnjIS9XfCKBKg Nov 3, 2006 79463 107106 quantitatively The right to food is defined as the right to have regular, permanent and unrestricted access, either directly or by means of financial purchases, to quantitatively and qualitatively adequate and sufficient food corresponding to the cultural...

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