The trigger mechanism and metrics for establishing this success are still unclear.
And when you index the data—i.e., when you compare the percentage change in the two metrics—a different picture emerges.
“You are applying Western metrics to someone who is not using that metric against you,” referring to ISIS, Bolger said.
To put it mildly, Obama has come up short on each of these metrics.
The administration has had a tough time coming up with the metrics to measure concrete gains.
Several terms used in this book have also been taken from German metrics.
He had to go to the Chansons des rues et des bois to enjoy the perfect acrobatics of his metrics.
The second book, Of Proportion, 70 pages, is a treatise on metrics.
One of the novelties included in our experiments was the teaching of metrics, hitherto reserved for high schools.
By far the greater part of Gascoigne's treatise is devoted to metrics and to style.
"pertaining to the system of measures based on the meter," 1855, from French métrique, from mèter (see meter (n.2)). In this sense, metrical is attested from 1797.
"science of versification," 1760, from Greek he metrike "prosody," plural of metron "meter, a verse; that by which anything is measured; measure, length, size, limit, proportion" (see meter (n.1)).
metric met·ric1 (mět'rĭk)
Of or relating to the meter or the metric system.
The application of statistics and mathematical analysis to a field of study: biometrics.