from The Century Dictionary.
- In a measurable manner.—2. Moderately; in a limited degree.
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- adverb to a measurable degree
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Maybe next theyâ€ ™ ll find the gene that makes people with white skin measurably smarter on average than dark skinned people.
So would you say that sustained traffic after the hosting does not increase measurably from the pre-hosting volume?
Maybe next they’ll find the gene that makes people with white skin measurably smarter on average than dark skinned people.
The councils, however, knew what the people were thinking of, and managed to get the popular thought into expression measurably satisfactory to the people themselves.
I don't see how you can say we haven't good means of being 'measurably' well-informed. "
This is where social franchising comes in and it is a great example of how PSI works through the private sector effectively and measurably to reach the poor with integrated health care services.
Although the United States spends at least twice as much on health care, per person, as other industrial countries do, Americans do not live any longer and often have measurably worse health.
Are they willing to include a sunset provision, and if the availability of guns to criminals is not measurably reduced, let the law expire and not try to impose it again?
It will measurably improve health outcomes for our nation's Veterans.
I am grateful also for the statistical corrective to this conversation, and am curious indeed to learn if the CSK Award contributes measurably to sales.