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1. 'Every study decreases the estimated benefits, ' of a world-wide trade agreement says a senior EU official. 1
2. "Although survey data is still lacking, on the basis of aggregate income growth it is estimated that between 2000 and 2005, poverty may have declined by as much as 10 percent," Sundberg says. 1
3. "Chlamydial infection is the most common sexually transmitted bacterial infection in the United States, with an estimated 3 million new cases annually, " write David S. 1
4. "The new find, together with other discoveries of recent years, shows that the city was considerably larger than what we previously estimated, " Yuval Baruch, Jerusalem district archaeologist, said. 1
5. 2010-01-09 South Korea's box office revenue has climbed up to a record-high in 2009 with an estimated revenue surpassing one trillion won for the first time, a state-run film council said on Tuesday. 1
6. A bid by Mengniu, would be a bold bet, as the estimated value of the Pfizer unit is around twice that of Mengniu's market capitalisation. 1
7. A crucial issue in triphone-based continuous speech recognition is the large number of parameters to be estimated against the limited availability of training data. 1
8. A estimated site viewing time is 29 seconds. 1
9. A forecast of estimated cash receipts and disbursements for a specified period of time. 1
10. A medical report estimated she had a mental age of seven years and nine months. 1
11. A medical report estimated she only had a few months to live. 1
12. A method for hardware realization using DSP for a searching radar in active service is described and the speed for real time process is estimated. 1
13. A multiplicative iterative blind image deconvolution algorithm was proposed, in which both estimated image and Point Spread Function (PSF models. 1
14. A population parameter is a constant, unchanging value estimated from a sample statistic. 1
15. A practical method of measuring microwave resonator unloaded Q-factor is presented, which could eliminate phase shift of feed line when Q-factor is estimated by critical-points method. 1
16. A protest march of an estimated 1,000 construction workers took place on April 7 in Lima. 1
17. A recent study by GTM Research, a market analysis company focusing on renewable energy industries, estimated that the U.S. solar market could grow eightfold to $8 billion by 2015. 1
18. A report in today's Which? magazine estimated that in 1989 there were 3,000 accidents related to bouncy castles. 1
19. A simple comparison of total estimated income from the competing products may provide as good a guide to decision making. 1
20. A simple method for estimated series resistance losses and ideal fill factor of photo-electrochemical cell is descried. 1
21. A valuation account or contra-account relating to accounts receivable and showing the portion of the receivables estimated to be uncollectible. 1
22. A waiter by trade, a self-taught art historian and traveler, Breitwieser stole 239 works of art from 1995 to 2001 worth an estimated $1.4 billion in total. 1
23. A written analysis of the estimated value of a property prepared by a qualified valuer. 1
24. Abdomen: Fundal height presentation. estimated fetal weight ( EFW ), tenderness, scars. 1
25. ABN AMRO, for example, is counterparty to derivatives worth an estimated EURO 10 trillion in notional principal. 1
26. About $50 billion of the estimated $60 billion of the investments are eligible to be redeemed, the New York State attorney general's office said. 1
27. About 50,000 people are estimated to have been killed in a decade of insurgency. 1
28. About 6.71 billion shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, well below last year's estimated daily average of 9.65 billion. 1
29. About 6.86 billion shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, below last year's estimated daily average of 9.65 billion. 1
30. About 7.24 billion shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, the third slowest day of 2010 and below last year's estimated daily average of 9.65 billion. 1
 

Estimated

[ˈestəˌmādəd]

ADJECTIVE

  - (of a value or number) roughly calculated; approximate.

VERB

  - roughly calculate or judge the value, number, quantity, or extent of.

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