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the census performs his work without apprehension of disaster.
Proletariat: Derived originally from the Latin PROLETARII, the name given in the census of Servius Tullius to those who were of value to the state only as the rearers of offspring (PROLES); in other words, they were of no importance either for wealth, or position, or exceptional ability.
In the census of 1832, there were in Chiloe and its dependencies forty-two thousand souls; the greater number of these appear to be of mixed blood.
But a wiser man has arisen--the census taker--and his larger estimate of human interest has been preferred in marking out the field of these little stories of the "Four Million.
For instance, the Census 2000 float participated in a number of parades in New York and New Jersey covering a variety of cultures.
Bureau of the Census and the National Association of Realtors, as follows:
These reinterpretations and analyses need to be performed on individual level data, like the census public use samples.
Following the EPA model, they estimated which California census tracts had the greatest HAP exposures.
By having the data systematically available, it would improve business- making decisions,'' which often are made on the basis of census data, he added.
census is required by the Constitution (in Article I, Section 2).
The LUCA schedule in 2008 and 2009 calls for the Census Bureau's review of the LUCA submissions, updating of the MAF based on the information obtained through LUCA, and proving state, tribal and local governments an optional process to appeal the Census Bureau's use of LUCA submissions.
The 2020 Census operational plan outlines key operations, the decisions made based on research and testing to date and a timeline for remaining decisions.