The Census Bureau does a fantastic job measuring the vital statistics of our country.
Henceforth, the case will only interest the Bureau of vital statistics and the manufacturers of improvements on mother's milk.
The vital statistics for 1893 place it at 52; for 1894 (Mackay district), 68.
Sometimes it is necessary to wait for vital statistics to prove a gain.
Then he had to have ancestors, a birthday and all sorts of vital statistics.
The police officer rattled off Samuel Skinner's vital statistics—age, sex, date and place of birth, and so on.
This is true; vital statistics and fiction to the contrary, notwithstanding.
We invoke once more those dry volumes, full of lines and figures, on vital statistics.
In the secretary's office are kept the vital statistics of the Province.
This is clearly apparent in the vital statistics of immigrants who come from various parts of Europe to the United States.
vital statistics pl.n.
Statistics concerning the important events in human life, such as births, deaths, marriages, and migrations.