birth rate

  1. the ratio of live births in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 population per year
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How To Use birth rate In A Sentence

  • In a population based cohort we compared gestational length and preterm birth rates between naturally and medically conceived twins.
  • The high birth rates of the 1950s and 1960s are projected to increase the numbers of young elderly from 2011.
  • Fertilization failure , pregnancy, and live birth rates did not differ between IVF and ICSI.
  • Nevertheless, high birth rates ensured that society was far more youthful in its composition than it is today.
  • Factors like birth rates and expected housing developments are being considered in the plan.
  • Is femininism responsible for the very low birth rate in all of the Western countries? On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • Even to suggest that efforts he made to expand the labor force by increasing the domestic birth rate would seem slightly artful.
  • Perhaps it is no coincidence that such dire statistics on childbearing were published in the wake of a flurry of government warnings about the falling birth rate.
  • Britain and other European countries face being underpopulated because of the low birth rate.
  • Stillbirth rates were not different in areas with fluoridation, nor were rates of trisomies, Down's syndrome, neural tube defects, and facial clefts.
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