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vital statistics

n. the measurements of a person’s body. Her vital statistics must require higher math to work out!
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The Philippines values the importance of civil registry documents to establish identity and civil status, supports universal civil registration, and commits itself to producing accurate, complete and updated vital statistics, the order read.
Unlike France, the use of statistics in England was supported in medical science, and by 1839 vital statistics was institutionalized.
Vital Statistics won the Hillwood Stud EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes at this meeting last year and division two of that contest can go to Visit this time around.
Their average vital statistics of 3424-34 were the same as pin-up Kelly Brook.
The overall picture painted by vital statistics is clear and unambiguous.
Beginning June 30, common-law partners can register their relationship with Vital Statistics.
The Book of Lists portion looks at the rankings of many Northern Ontario companies and is accompanied by vital statistics, facts, benchmark figures and information that has been published in the pages of Northern Ontario Business in the past year.
SOURCE: EWG Action Fund, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, National Vital Statistics Reports
41Mpbs of MPEG-1 data, its lithium ion battery will go for four hours before needing a recharge, and its vital statistics are 84 x 120 x 28mm and 300g.
A three billion global TV audience is expected to tune-in to the rugby extravaganza and to make the most of your viewing time, ALICE HAINE has analysed the England players' vital statistics and come up with the top 10 rugby romeos for the ladies to look out for.
According to the federal 2002 National Vital Statistics Report, Alzheimer's is the nation's No.
This study estimates the effect of maternal education on birth outcomes using data from the Vital Statistics Natality files for 1970 to 1999.
Serena StarTool APM, Application Performance Manager, is a performance measurement and analysis system that helps to resolve OS/390 and z/OS job performance issues, providing vital statistics on any job--an application, subsystem or task, that warrants monitoring.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, unpublished data from the National Vital Statistics System, 1977.