Examples of demography in a Sentence
the shifting demography of Europe
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But the complex interaction of demography, welfare and globalisation means that is insufficient. Assuaging the anger of the left-behind means realising that places matter, too.
This changed the local demography to support Tehran’s planned land corridor through Syria and Iraq.
The old liberal idea that the new demography is progressive destiny did not work out as planned.
If demography is destiny, Ukraine also has cause for concern.
For years, colleges and universities were charmed beneficiaries of both demography, with climbing teenage populations, and economics, with a weak economy with growing needs for skilled workers.
About two-thirds of pupils score as well or better in a nationwide maths test than demography would predict.
Republican strategists looking toward the future were already growing nervous because the changing demography of the U.S. made perfectly clear that minorities would steadily increase as a share of the eligible electorate.
Same-sex couples are nearly three times as likely to adopt as heterosexual couples, says Gary Gates, a specialist in LGBT demography.
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Origin and Etymology of demography
First Known Use: 1880See Words from the same year
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medical Definition of demography
demographerplay \-fər\ noun
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