- stations of the cross,
- statistical dependence,
- statistical independence,
- statistical inference,
- statistical mechanics,
- statistical significance
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By 2014, that advantage still existed but was statistically meaningless: 47 percent Republican, 44 percent Democratic.
Producing a statistically informed answer to that question will take a long while.
The association was statistically significant and held up even when adjusted for age and other characteristics.
Probably not a son or daughter in the military, because that is statistically unlikely.The Taliban Trolled the Internet with a Dog Video and Upstaged an American POW|Brian Van Reet|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I, meanwhile, found a new rooting interest: the most statistically improbable final score in Super Bowl history.The Impossible Super Bowl Score: First 43-8 Football Game in a Century|Evin Demirel|February 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is statistically known that the geographical distribution of nationalities is not accidental or capricious.
Statistically this extensive group contains by far the largest number of cases of psychosis.Collected Papers on Analytical Psychology|C. G. Jung
No pretence can be made that we have enough estimates to establish a mean which would be statistically satisfactory.The Aboriginal Population of the San Joaquin Valley, California|Sherburne F. Cook
Statistically, more marriages succeed if each partner has had an earlier love affair.
Statistically numbers are supposed to prove, but actually numbers prove according to their uses.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross