# statistical

### adjective

## Origin of statistical

## Examples from the Web for statistical

### Contemporary Examples of statistical

Recovery from a long-term eating disorder is a bit of a statistical anomaly.

The dollar value of a statistical life in the United States is purported to be around $5 million.

Further, at least one private poll shows Childers in a statistical tie with McDaniel in a November matchup.

Truth has rights in a situation like this, and the story deserves some statistical perspective.

Viewed as a percentage of those wounded in action, the contemporary rate of Medals of Honor is even more a statistical anomaly.

### Historical Examples of statistical

The statistical data of his work are especially interesting.

The Railroad QuestionWilliam Larrabee

Racial immunity from certain diseases may be shown by statistical studies.

Rural HygieneHenry N. Ogden

An examination of the statistical basis of the argument is necessary.

SocialismJohn Spargo

What had been a picturesque emotion had now become a statistical argument.

TancredBenjamin Disraeli

The statistical method is of use only to those who have found it out.

A Preface to PoliticsWalter Lippmann