Times, Sunday Times (2015)Some outstanding school food is also sampled.Example Sentences for sample, they say the more yuh hurry the less yuh'll git along, an' that's a sample.
Joanna Blythman shopped: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)The maximum found in one of the samples was four.Meaning "small quantity (of something) from which the general quality (of the whole) may be inferred" (usually in a commercial sense) is recorded from early 15c.; sense of "specimen for scientific sampling" is from 1878.Relevance ranks synonyms and suggests the best matches based on how closely a synonyms sense matches the sense you selected.
To this sample of a modern tribune I will add a specimen of a modern legislator.Christianity Today (2000)One team takes samples and finds a plume of oil.It's often impractical if not impossible to access an entire population for research or data collection.
quot; sampling, which involves defining some criteria for subjects that you want included in a certain percentage of samples to ensure that specific subgroups are represented.The Sun (2016)They gave positive breath tests and are awaiting the results of blood samples.Take THE quiz, words at Play, ask the Editors.
To get around that problem, researchers access a sample group. .Calhoun put the sample away and called Maril back and offered no explanation.