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counted

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

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For February 2017, the average US rig count was 744, an escalation of 61 from the 683 counted in January 2017 and 212 from the 532 counted in February 2016, respectively.
rig count for September 2016 was 509, up 28 from the 481 counted in August 2016, and down 339 from the 848 counted in September 2015.
We have counted more than 5 million ballots on the InkaVote system since 2003-04 and we have shared our experience with them and everything has been fine,'' McCormack said.
In effect, the Supreme Court was saying "We had to refuse to count your (possibly incorrectly rejected) votes in order to vindicate your right to have your votes counted fairly.
The company stated the average US rig count for January 2017 was 683, a rise of 49 from the 634 counted in December 2016 and 29 from the 654 counted in January 2016, respectively.
Baker Hughes Incorporated announced today that the international rig count for April 2016 was 946, down 39 from the 985 counted in March 2016, and down 256 from the 1,202 counted in April 2015.
Last year, the Conejo chapter ranked 17th in the nation and Canada for number of species counted - 173.
Cycle counting is cited as being more accurate; the amount of inventory counted at a given time is smaller (e.
When a premier, Spanish-language station decides to stand up to Nielsen and demand that all viewers are counted, it only reinforces and amplifies what the Don't Count Us Out coalition has been advocating.
This marks a rise of four from the 925 counted in November 2016 and declined 166 from the 1,095 counted in December 2015.
That group counted more than 35 different species including the Cedar Waxwing, a stout, buff-colored bird with a black mask.