Examples of statistic in a Sentence
One statistic that stuck out is that 40 percent of those surveyed did not have college degrees.
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Important crime statistics — including arrest data — were stripped from the FBI’s annual crime report, which is typically used to assess national trends and develop potential solutions.
Long snappers don’t have statistics, only consequences.
In terms of head-to-head statistics, Burnley have won 40 matches to Tottenham's 44, while the remaining 27 have been draws.
Auburn has played opposing quarterbacks to produce comparable statistics, with Missouri's Drew Lock being the only such test this season and Deshaun Watson, Baker Mayfield, Chad Kelly and Johnny Manziel in years past.
The messages use every imaginable hook: statistics, tragic stories, disturbing crash pictures, even analogies between smartphones, booze and guns.
That metric, along with his high career ERA — a statistic which is often overlooked in today’s age of sabermetric advancements — are thought to be the reason he was not inducted by the BBWAA.
Key statistic: Dynamo forward Mauro Manotas has scored four goals in two starts against Portland.
The statistics, the staggering death tolls, don't begin to tell the story.
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First Known Use: 1817See Words from the same year
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