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  1. statisticallyadverb

    with respect to statistics

    "this is statistically impossible"

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  1. List of paraphrases for "statistically":

    statistical, statically, statistics

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  1. Mustafa Cankurtaran:

    This means it takes longer for COVID-19 cases to appear among the test population and takes longer to reach the statistically more significant 40-50 positive cases.

  2. Thomas H. Kean:

    The most painful death in all the world is the death of a child. When a child dies, when one child dies-not the 11 per 1,000 we talk about statistically, but the one that a mother held briefly in her arms-he leaves an empty place in a parent's heart that will never heal.

  3. Ali Shihabi:

    Certainly the political space and the space for freedoms was already very tight, and it's gotten much tighter over the last two years. So certainly the environment would provoke more Saudis to go abroad, but it's statistically insignificant.

  4. Elie Honig:

    Even if a case was tried in a part of the country where Donald Trump is n’t very popular, statistically Jennifer Rodgers are very likely to end up with one or more Donald Trump voters on the jury of 12 people, a judge would tell jurors to put aside their political views and personal beliefs — but I know from my days as a prosecutor that jurors are human beings, not robots — they’re subject to the same emotions, biases, and incentives as any person would be. And the legal bar at trial is far higher than in the grand jury ….

  5. Timothy Turnham:

    There is a disconnect between what researchers think is statistically significant and what is really significant for patients, patients hear 'progress,' and they think that means they're going to be cured.

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