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How to use subgroup in a sentence
The vaccine’s efficacy rate was lower — 42 percent — in preventing moderate to severe illness in a subgroup of adults older than 60 who had medical risk factors.FDA review confirms safety, efficacy of single-shot Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, especially against severe cases | Carolyn Y. Johnson, Laurie McGinley | February 24, 2021 | Washington Post
This means in the other subgroups, there were slight decreases or no effect on drunk driving.Study: Smoking bans saved countless lives — could they have increased drunk driving? | Jerusalem Demsas | December 24, 2020 | Vox
While the company provided numbers for how many trial participants were over 65 and from various ethnic communities, the company didn’t say how the vaccine performed in each of these subgroups.Moderna released more Covid-19 vaccine results. They’re very encouraging. | Umair Irfan | November 30, 2020 | Vox
It isn’t known how well the shot works in key subgroups, such as the elderly.Pfizer and BioNTech take the lead after study shows their vaccine prevents 90% of infections | kdunn6 | November 9, 2020 | Fortune
It would be a red flag, he said, if officials are heavily encouraging people who weren’t well represented in the trials to take the vaccine, or if there’s not public data on how effectiveness varied for different subgroups.
Heroin overdose deaths from 2010 to 2012 increased in every single subgroup examined in the CDC report.
I think one of the main issues would be that there may be a subgroup of people who may run into problems with compulsive use.
It means treating women not as some alien species or subgroup.What the GOP Can Learn from the NFL’s Outreach to Women | Kristen Soltis Anderson | January 30, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
There's a subgroup that both attends and mocks, but it's tiny.
Integrated Jews are not a foreign subgroup in France or Canada.
The growth of cities is the visible sign of an upward movement of labor in the subgroup series.Essentials of Economic Theory | John Bates Clark
If improvements were long confined to one subgroup, they might send labor into other subgroups and even into other general groups.Essentials of Economic Theory | John Bates Clark
Some naturalists make this genus the type of a distinct subgroup, Centurioneae.
On no other evidence would we be justified in ascribing 200 persons to each subgroup.The Aboriginal Population of the North Coast of California | Sherburne Friend Cook
In 1839, Waterhouse referred the genus Geomys to his family Arvicolidae, considered by him to be a subgroup of muroids.Evolution and Classification of the Pocket Gophers of the Subfamily Geomyinae | Robert J. Russell
British Dictionary definitions for subgroup
a distinct and often subordinate division of a group
a mathematical group whose members are members of another group, both groups being subject to the same rule of combination
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