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Speaking strictly in qualitative terms, using iOS 11 on an iPhone 5S doesn't feel bad.
Aware of criticism of its star ratings, Morningstar in 2011 launched a second rating system, currently covering 26% of fund share classes, in which the firm’s analysts do a more qualitative assessment.
This room is crackling with the qualitative energy with people who for the last 48 hours have consumed nothing but distilled water and Crest White Strips.
But the Hawks also have looked good defensively from a subjective, qualitative perspective.
The report uses 30 qualitative and quantitative factors that fall into five categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure.
There is of course a plethora of research, both qualitative and quantitative, on youth radicalization in recent years.
The magistrates rendered no verdicts, but provided each participant with qualitative feedback and a presentation about law at the end of the day.
And from his powerful post, Trump has shown no interest in adopting measures and strategies aimed at developing equality or achieving qualitative change in America's cities.
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