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  • n. Plural form of guesstimate.

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Examples

  • What you have is basically what we call guesstimates, "Hankins said.

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  • They have NEVER gotten any "guesstimates" right and the streak continues.

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  • Mr. Obering said that during current computer modeling and testing, the Pentagon is reliant on "guesstimates" provided by U.S. intelligence agencies to estimate North Korean capabilities.

    Worries Rise as North Korea Nears Missile Launch

  • ~ To Understand How Brain Learns To Move Our Muscles, Math That Powers Spam Filters Used -- "A team of biomedical engineers has developed a computer model that makes use of more or less predictable "guesstimates" of human muscle movements to explain how the brain draws on both what it recently learned and what it's known for some time to anticipate what it needs to develop new motor skills."

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  • But Dreyer and provincial Public Service Commissioner Ian Weir said any numbers would remain estimates or "guesstimates" until the audit was completed at the end of the year and a proper base figure was determined.

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  • He said official "guesstimates" were that with 16 956 supernumary staff, and 5 085 leaving, there were still 11 871 redundant.

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  • However, Richard has been making some "guesstimates," based on our closing velocity, and he thinks the cigar is roughly a hundred and fifty kilometers long and fifty kilometers tall.

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  • I mean we haven't tied the two together, Ryan, where we have looked at what percentage the group rate is relative to the transient rate and they have made any kind of guesstimates about that going forward, we tend to look at it, market-by-market and property-by-property.

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  • This turns out to be a surprisingly good method of doing such "guesstimates": as demonstrated in 1906, crowds can know more than individuals - even clever ones.

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  • These "guesstimates" are usually off the mark, and projects frequently must be cut back to meet budget, the report said.

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