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(statistics) any of the 99 numbered points that divide an ordered set of scores into 100 parts each of which contains one-hundredth of the total

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The authors defined heat waves as [greater than or equal to] 2 consecutive clays with daily mean temperature at or above the 98th percentile for the warm season in each city.
50) Abbreviation: BLL, blood lead level (a) The FSIQ losses associated with blood lead intervals < 98th percentile were calculated by multiplying the midpoint BLL in an interval by -0.
METHODS: Heat waves were defined as [greater than or equal to] 2 consecutive days with daily mean temperature at or above the 98th percentile for the warm season in each city.
38 over the three-month period, causing a decrease in liquidity from trading in the 93rd percentile to the 98th percentile.
EPA's 3-year mean 98th percentile 24-hr standard was also derived from the 3-year data set (U.
Ann Arbor, MI: Scores in the 98th percentile for percentage of singles and ranks high in the dining out category as well 9.
Gluskin also noted that National Cancer Institute and NIAID study sections have awarded four SBIR grants to Antigen Express in 2003, averaging about $331,000 each, scoring up to the 98th percentile of submitted grants.
Bank of Eastern Oregon has a net interest margin that ranks in the 98th percentile among our peers," said Chief Credit Officer, E.
Cascade has a 33% market share in Deschutes County, Oregon, which has grown at a rate in the 98th percentile of county growth nationwide over the past decade.
decreased from trading in the 78th percentile to the 98th percentile.
based independent research firm that advises institutional investors, rated Drew in the 98th percentile of all companies listed in the Russell 3,000 Index.
In conjunction with this tightening of spreads, liquidity on PNC Financial Services Group Inc, decreased significantly falling from trading in the 80th percentile to the 98th percentile.
65, which is in the 98th percentile of all annual readings, a sign of significant pessimistic sentiment.