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counted

(mathematics)
A term describing a set with an explicit isomorphism to the natural numbers.

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First they arose because Wal-Mart counted the inventory at those 93 stores in January (the last month in its fiscal year), but did not book the results of the inventory until February (the first month in its next fiscal year).
Los Angeles County issued 760,000 absentee ballots and had 461,000 counted by Tuesday night using about 100 extra workers.
The worldwide rig count for July 2015 was 2,167, up 31 from the 2,136 counted in June 2015, and down 1,441 from the 3,608 counted in July 2014.
Last year, the birders counted some 22,000 birds, ranging from one golden eagle and one tundra swan - an unusual species for the Mojave Desert - to five black-crowned night herons, 880 common ravens, 1,562 horned larks and 3,311 northern shovelers, a type of duck.
The worldwide rig count for January 2002 was 2,016 up 99 from the 1,917 counted in December 2001 and down 358 from the 2,374 counted in January 2001.
The worldwide rig count for June 2015 was 2,136, up 9 from the 2,127 counted in May 2015, and down 1,309 from the 3,445 counted in June 2014.
The US rig count for December 2001 was 901 down 99 from the 1,000 counted in November 2001 and down 196 from the 1,097 counted in December 2000.
rig count for May 2015 was 889, down 87 from the 976 counted in April 2015, and down 970 from the 1,859 counted in May 2014.
The absentee ballots are ones that were dropped off at polling places or that arrived in the mail at the Registrar's Office on Election Day but were not counted that night.
Baker Hughes Incorporated (NYSE:BHI)(PCX:BHI)(EBS:BHI) announced today that the international rig count for November 2001 was 741, down 9 from the 750 counted in October 2001 and up 41 from the 700 counted in November 2000.
para]]HOUSTON, May 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Baker Hughes Incorporated (NYSE:BHI) announced today that the international rig count for April 2015 was 1,202, down 49 from the 1,251 counted in March 2015, and down 147 from the 1,349 counted in April 2014.