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qualitative

Dealing with observations that are subject to interpretation. Contrast with quantitative. See qualitative data.
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The private sector in Africa, however, has not yet sufficiently contributed towards improving employment opportunities neither quantitatively nor qualitatively.
The BRICS countries have committed to raise our economic cooperation to a qualitatively new level.
Georgia relations to a qualitatively different level on various trends," Panjikidze said at a news conference on Wednesday, November 27.
Both qualitatively and quantitatively, this channel (i) increases the share of output variance explained by foreign shocks, consistent with empirical evidence, (ii) implies that the exchange rate pass-through is closer to estimated values, and (iii) increases the international correlation of output relative to that of consumption.
MOSCOW, May 10, 2010 (TUR) -- A senior Russian official said that Russia and Turkey have brought bilateral relations recently to a qualitatively new level of strategic partnership.
AaThe advisor indicated that the Syrian-Turkish relation is in the highest degree of strength in various levels, noting that it is built on the total mutual trust and will be upgraded to a qualitatively new and important stage.
The company manufactures Qualitatively Superior High-End Products targeted to the affluent Homeowner.
Akhundzadeh for qualitatively strengthening of bilateral relations between Iran and Pakistan.
of California-Santa Barbara) argues that the work of pragmatist George Herbert Mead provides a more powerful defense of science than has been used in the debate about whether science is qualitatively different from other human social activity.
A cursory method of assessing speech recognition in noise is to deliver a set of common sentences about activities of daily living with a live voice in the presence of background conversational noise (signal-to-noise level: 10 dB) and qualitatively evaluate the response.
This study qualitatively examines student perceptions and attitudes of Internet use in the classroom, in an effort to bridge the growing digital divide between home and school uses of the Internet.
full facepiece respirators with appropriate filters may be used to 10 PEL when qualitatively fit tested or up to 50 X PEL when quantitatively fit tested;

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