Examples of prevalence in a Sentence
the prevalence of rumors when hard information is withheld from the public
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Lambda Legal and 11 other LGBTQ advocacy organizations submitted a separate brief that focuses on the prevalence of anti-LGBTQ discrimination in the United States and its impact on LGBTQ individuals.
The researchers determined that the prevalence of overuse injuries may be much greater in the lower back and knees in basketball than has been previously reported.
The ban was put in place to combat drug use, but since then, the prevalence of hepatitis and HIV have commissioners thinking clean needles might be preferable to spreading lethal diseases.
The prevalence of dry eye is increasing rapidly and its impact on a person’s quality of life can be profound.
Sandy-affected regions showed higher prevalence of substance abuse, especially among adolescents.
The prevalence of Dad style is rooted in comfort, not just dressing like a guy who tells bad jokes and buys his jeans at Costco.
The trouble with moving point guards—especially in-season—is their prevalence.
Because of the prevalence of discussions about narcissism in the political sphere — and its appearance in books and articles shared on social media — many clients wonder if their partner meets a criteria for narcissistic personality disorder.
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PREVALENCE Defined for Kids
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