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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of census.


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  • All were old-growth stands, undisturbed for at least 200 years and censused multiple times from 1955 to 2007.


  • If some bright topographer or mathematician could devise an algorithm for computer-generate one and only one configuration of electoral districts (inputting the center-points of each censused area in the state, and only requiring each district to be undivided) for each state every 10 years, the drawing of electoral districts would be effectively removed from the political process.

    Abolish the Senate, Starting with Some Whittling

  • Remember: you have not censused the temperature field.

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems #2 « Climate Audit

  • After two years, the four islands were censused again.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • They censused real arthropods on real islands under the real Florida sun.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • The median breeding densities on plots censused were 220 pairs/40 hectares in 1991 (n = 126) and 206 pairs/40 hectares in 1992 (n = 132).

    How Many Birds Are There?

  • The rumor is that other states have already been censused for 2010, but Colorado's cards are just in the mail this week.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • We censused gardens of which we had an unobstructed view, or which had recently fallen to an accessible height.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • F-ratios for these simple effects were constructed using error terms that were linear combinations of multiple mean squares from the ANOVA table To estimate the survival success of seeds retrieved to AG carton, we censused

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • We have some good researchers and local NGOs in Niger collaborating with government and international partners who have monitored and censused the population for many years now. News


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