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quantitative

, quantitive
Prosody denoting or relating to a metrical system, such as that in Latin and Greek verse, that is based on the relative length rather than stress of syllables

quantitative

Dealing with numbers and hard facts. Contrast with qualitative. See quantitative data and quantization.
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Pakistan has introduced a series of measures including rationalisation of tariff structure and removal of quantitive restrictions to liberalise trade and investment regime.
The rebranding effort blended extensive qualitative and quantitive market research with client prospects, channel partners, and employees.
With the effects of the government's Quantitive Easing programme (recently paused) yet to be fully felt it feels like better days are some way off.
Green shoot' indicators are artificial as they respond to artificial measures, such as quantitive easing, new taxation and the extension of rent free periods.
Quantitive assessment of image noise and streak artefact on CT image: Comparison of z-axis automatic tube current modulation technique with fixed tube current technique Computerized Medical Imagining and Graphics 2009 (33) 353 - 358.
Qualitative and quantitive anaylsis of angiogenetic factors in transitional cell bladder carcinoma: relationship with clinical course at 10 years follow-up.
Jonathan Shipton, assistant regional director of employers' group the CBI said: "It is not surprising that the Bank has chosen to keep things as they are, given the big decision on quantitive easing taken last month.
This means that the extra commitment to Quantitive Easing (QE), a polite technical expression for throwing a great deal of taxpayers money down an apparently bottomless pit, possibly only to obtain results as yet unclear according to The Nation in Bangkok, will cost the British people up to the equivalent of 12 percent of the UK Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Employee Recruitment: In times of constraints, the purpose of recruitment is not quantitive but qualitative and innovative, expansion, enlarging the company's capabilities and vision.
unprecedented levels of liquidity through quantitive easing.
Educational research: Quantitive, qualitative, and mixed approaches (2nd ed.