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(Islam) an invisible spirit mentioned in the Koran and believed by Muslims to inhabit the earth and influence mankind by appearing in the form of humans or animals

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54 percent growth rate, though the latter has the second lowest Gini index in the state.
Using the Gini Coefficient, Kuznets was able to show that as soon as economic development begins income will become more unequally distributed (a rise in the Gini Coefficient), and that only eventually will there be a 'Turning Point' when a country reaches development and the income distribution will become more equal.
Data on the Gini coefficient are from the World Banks online databank, which contains observations beginning in 1978.
Top 5 Bank Share used in Regression (2) is from 1999, and the Gini Land measure in Regression (3) is from 1990.
Two times this area is known as the Gini index, introduced by Corrado Gini in 1912.
Perhaps I can facilitate the start of the process by suggesting a model that closely follows the protocol of the Gini coefficient, except I want to suggest we measure PolTol in percentage of population and percentage of tolerance, just to make it easy so that everybody can understand.
The table below shows the Gini indices for the federal electoral boundaries of each province.
GINI) the Gini declined in fourteen Latin American countries , with Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador and Panama leading the decrease.
Different principles of fairness will generate different emission distributions for each population and different "carbon Gini coefficients.
2 Gini index points; in the case of PPP/GNI per capita 27,739 dollars, and in the case of CPI-09 variable 3.
China's Gini coefficient--a commonly used measure of inequality--was 0.
China's Gini coefficient -- a commonly used measure of inequality -- was 0.
67 percent, a senior Iranian official said, stressing that the country's Gini coefficient - indicating the living standards of every society - has improved since the government introduced the subsidy reforms plan in 2010.
The most closely watched indicator of income inequality is the Gini index, an index that increases from 0 to 1 as income distribution becomes relatively more dispersed.