In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- random sampling — muestreo aleatorio
- Here we studied the relationship between random happenings and the natural order of things.
- In science, observations are not any random facts that investigators happen to have registered.
- No conclusion can be drawn from her death other than that random acts of violence can happen anywhere.
- Some deaths may be attributed to domestic violence or random crime.
- Results are based on statistically valid random samples of members and are rigorously audited.
- This is not just a random grab at topicality but a surprisingly cogent decision.
- They were weighted and thought out and they weren't random sporadic decisions.
- So basing any decision on what is most likely to be a random share price pattern is in reality like pouring money down the drain.
- In a random sample of 1,150 Orkney people, Smith was not common enough to make it into the top ten list.
- Disappointingly, the survey reveals that random violence is increasing.
- When I'm forced to make a decision, I'll often use some random means to help me make up my mind.
- He becomes the victim of random violence, and is beaten to death by street thugs.
- This sampling error causes random fluctuations in allele frequencies called genetic drift.
- The four conditions occurred in a random order and with equal probability within each block of trials.
- What is now required is to go beyond looking at what happened as a random event.
- We like to work on the songs so that they're not just random power chords.
- This has made the whole process of ensuring a random sample more difficult.
- I busied myself with some random fruit at the vegie markets while casually looking back at him.
- In a changing world we have become used to random acts of senseless violence.
- It shows that life for many prisoners is one of drug addiction, random violence and long periods spent locked up in their cells.
- The journey was relatively silent, aside from the random clearing of throats.
- We don't want a list of random facts that just happen to be true of all the languages that are spoken now.
- So even if one starts with a random sample, the sample can end up being greatly biased by way of the limited response.
- His stories do not conclude, but simply stop dead with a random act of violence.
- Sometimes I just get random thoughts in my head, and these can happen at the worst possible times.
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