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These narratives also aren’t usually formulated by more data- and empirically-driven reporters, who know to wait until more votes are counted.The Polls Weren’t Great. But That’s Pretty Normal.|Nate Silver (email@example.com)|November 11, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
We want to push that envelope and show a smoking gun for that kind of an effect, creating something that can be tested and proven empirically in the laboratory.The Physicist’s New Book of Life - Issue 92: Frontiers|Michael Brooks|October 21, 2020|Nautilus
On the scale of civilization, it is difficult to test empirically the assertions of those who say we are living in a short-termist age.Humanity is stuck in short-term thinking. Here’s how we escape.|Katie McLean|October 21, 2020|MIT Technology Review
I try to think empirically about America, her culture, people and oh-so-screwy politics.A Contested 2020 Election Would Be Way Worse Than Bush v. Gore|Clare Malone (firstname.lastname@example.org)|October 9, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
I think we’re just taking some small steps theoretically and empirically.Policymaking Is Not a Science (Yet) (Ep. 405)|Stephen J. Dubner|February 13, 2020|Freakonomics
The decline of mainline Protestantism has also undermined this sort of prudent, empirically-minded Republicanism.Sam’s Club Republicans Vs. the Tea Party|Peter Beinart|October 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The claim that consumers and business investors are paralyzed by the state of public finances has never been empirically proved.England's Recovery Plan is Bollocks|Marshall Auerback|October 22, 2010|DAILY BEAST
The old Italian masters were right in that they relied, even though empirically, on the imitative faculty.
From the old masters we have received a complete record of all that need be known empirically about the voice.
Here again is seen the difference between correct and incorrect singing, empirically considered.
Empirically considered, there is a striking difference between the correct vocal action and any other manner of tone-production.
A fine description of perfect singing, considered empirically, was found to be embodied in the traditional precepts.