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enumerate

verb be specific, catalog, count, designate, detail, differentiate, enroll, enumerare, index, inventory, itemize, keep count, list, make a list, mention, mention one by one, mention specifically, name expressly, name one by one, number, numerate, point out, specify, tabulate
Associated concepts: descriptive enumeration, enumerated counts, enumerated motions
Foreign phrases: Enumeratio infirmat regulam in casibus non enumeratis.Enumeration disaffirms the rule in cases which are not enumerated.
See also: book, calculate, define, detail, express, impanel, index, inform, itemize, mention, pinpoint, poll, recapitulate, recite, relate, signify, specify, survey, tabulate
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Migrants and illegals were excluded from the count because of the de jure method of enumeration that registered residents on their original place of residence, and not on their present place of residence.
Army should not be involved with enumeration as was done in census 2017," he added.
Not only does V3 include the data elements and enumerations needed for uniform loan and appraisal data delivery to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, but those data elements were vetted by the industry experts who understand them, and they are now part of the MISMO reference model.
But there is an even deeper value to the MISMO standards, and it comes from semantics--the detailed definition of the business meaning of each data point and each enumeration in the MISMO Logical Data Dictionary.
This means that our experiences in connection with the enumerations in Articles I and III of the Constitution are far more similar than a comparison of the conventional wisdom in these two contexts would suggest.
In addition to supplying a defense of the congressional power model of federal jurisdiction, I will use this section to further explore the parallels between the enumerations in Articles I and III.
Second, I attempt to further enrich the analogy between the Article I and Article III enumerations by highlighting connections between, on the one hand, Professors Wechsler and Mishkin's efforts to bring expansive federal court jurisdiction within the ambit of Article III and, on the other hand, the Supreme Court's efforts to reconcile the expansion of the federal commerce power with the enumeration in Article I.
This kind of strategy called first-fail, try to prune the search tree by emptying the smallest domain (in case a wrong enumeration was performed before) or to find quickly a solution in case the previous enumerations were good.
In terms of enumerations the hybrid strategies requires significantly less enumerations than the corresponding pure CP strategies.
As I read through his detailed discussion I couldn't help wondering why he did not attempt to connect the individuals mentioned in enumerations and poor law records with the parish registers.
In contrast, the demand for female domestic servants by the local middle class (the sort of people studied by Catherine Hall and Leonore Davidoff in Family Fortunes) was abetted by the establishment of five silk mills in Braintree which were listed in the 1821 census enumeration.
Nielsen Media Research follows best research practices and has set up an independent, continuous enumeration process.