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It also should be noted that calculating the number of deaths based on national data and extrapolating those data across national borders and mixed poultry production techniques may not always produce the most accurate picture of the situation.
These results highlight the danger in extrapolating correlations too far.
Extrapolating additional PRNT results from 26 sera, of which 18 (69%) were positive, yields a 3.
Extrapolating, that means today's upstarts like DeRemate.
By July budget watchers, extrapolating from monthly Treasury Department reports.
Extrapolating this situation to the larger world of the digital library raises concerns about how productively students might use this world for learning.
Damien Hirst keeps turning out variations on his grisly menagerie, extrapolating on the idea of death-as-sculpture with a parade of preserved sharks, lambs, cows, and their various body parts.
By extrapolating the survey results to the entire Canadian economy, the total compliance cost to business will reach $6.
Extrapolating from small local networks, the scalefree model indicates that a few well-connected master routers direct Internet traffic to numerous, less essential routers in the network's periphery.