- n. Plural form of estimation.
“By certain estimations, there are crazier religions out there than Scientology.”
“Part of the methodology¡ ¦ s success stems from breaking two longstanding project management beliefs that revolve around the amount of safety factored into task time estimations, which is not enough to protect against uncertainties that typify project environments.”
“There are some new points to ponder, such as estimations of heat transport by tropical cyclones and for those who like meteorology a section on genesis.”
“It seems that whenever fraudelent numbers are provided ... "estimations" are substituted with no factual backing.”
“How much did people get paid to make these "estimations"?”
“March 2nd, 2010 at 4: 43 pm christopher wiwi says: just how much has the average bill gone up and estimations are based on previous usage anyways … …. .or is the cleanup of Mountain top strip mining and all of the damage it has done to the environment and we all should share in cleaning up the environment, Yes?”
“On a 2010 Ford Explorer with 4-wheel drive, that translates into savings of about $5 each time you fill up, based on the Environmental Protection Agency's gas mileage estimations and current gas prices.”
“So, while Kant would certainly say that HSR advocates should be rigorously honest in their estimations of ridership, such a course would in fact lead to underestimation of ridership by those who make funding decisions.”
“There are * lots* of fudge factors and estimations involved.”
“It's worth noting that before the financial crisis, Baker was trying to sound the alarm about pension funds using overly rosy estimations of future returns, so it's difficult to accuse him of being overly bullish.”
Looking for tweets for estimations.