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enumerate

To count or list one by one. For example, an enumerated data type defines a list of all possible values for a variable, and no other value can then be placed into it. See device enumeration and ENUM.
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In case of any errors, the field workers and supervisors will be guided to offer more explanation to the enumerators, indicating that the observer was given PDA systems to be able to enter the collected data from the field by the enumerator for the sake of reviewing them that would consequently play a part in minimizing the mistakes.
Since then, enumerators have visited unresponsive households - and, in Mr.
"We thank all the Saudi nationals and expatriates who cooperated with the enumerators during the month long census," said the CDSI's head of media Abdullatif I.
* Tell students to pretend that the year is 1930 and that they each are applying for a position with the Bureau of the Census to be an enumerator. Prior to photocopying the document for students (p.
Although the count has been successful in most parts, Nanayakkara said enumerators in the north and east may be hindered in their duty by Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam rebels who have been fighting since 1983 for a separate Tamil homeland.
Mr Musyia said the enumerator, Samuel Ndirangu, will be charged in court on Friday.
Enumerator teams were conducting surveys at Hosea Kutako International Airport, Walvis Bay International Airport and at the border posts of Noordoewer, Wenela, Buitepost, Ariamsvlei and Oshikango.
He added that more than 6500 enumerators will take part in the counting process.
New Delhi, May 31 (ANI): The Government has sought general public's cooperation in the ongoing census operations, and has pointed out that it is mandatory to share requested information with enumerators.
Indeed, they may not have been at home when the census was taken, or deliberately evaded the enumerators.
Mr Musyia said the enumerator will be charged in court on Friday.