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  • adj. being a matter of form only; lacking substance.

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  • adj. being a matter of form only; lacking substance


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  • Along with that, it's important that as we try to balance the budget, that we do not cut the necessary funding needed to do a real comprehensive study and come up with a short form-only style sampling, but make sure that we include in the test -- the long form as well -- because most of the education, the job activity information is on the long form.

    Multiservice Center Roundtable Discussion On Sampling


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