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“This is accomplished through a system called Demographically Targeted Advertisements.”
“Demographically, we do not want to be in the spot that Lithuania and other European countries are in – not reproducing workers, care-givers, military, tax-payers, culture preservers.”
“Demographically, we are just becoming a much more urban state," said Scott Falmlen, former chairman of the North Carolina Democratic Party.”
“Demographically, the growth of the prosperity gospel tracks fairly closely to the pattern of foreclosure hot spots.”
“Demographically the distribution of the population in time, space, age, class, education, and general dependency (per cent supported by rest of population) are all important.”
“Demographically, younger and older Americans grew up in vastly different worlds.”
“Demographically, he added that the R-rated Conan appealed primarily to older males and 60% of the gross came from 3-D ticket sales.”
“Demographically, support is disproportionately high among white Southern men of middle income who vote Republican.”
“Demographically, the 1970s were the perfect time for a return to emotionality.”
“Demographically, politically and geographically, the only solution will be a secular, bi-national state, with a Right of Return for both Jews and displaced Palestinians.”
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