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Synonyms for rate

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to acquire as a result of one's behavior or effort

to reprimand loudly or harshly

Synonyms for rate

a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit

a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure

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be worthy of or have a certain rating

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estimate the value of

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Annual rates of change in the lifetime risk of maternal mortality can be decomposed into the changes in the MMR, the general fertility rate and the average length of a woman's reproductive lifetime, in accordance with the following formula:
1%, whereas the MMR, the general fertility rate and lifetime risk of maternal death declined annually by 4.
where IMR, LFP, and GFR are infant mortality rates, labor-force participation rates for women in the prime childbearing ages (20-34), and general fertility rates, respectively; MATLV gauges weeks of paid maternal leave; and the X's represent intersecting sets of "control" variables.
i] = general fertility rate in the rth age cohort, arj = parameters; ur = random, (additive) error term.
it] is the general fertility rate, for ith country in the t-th time-period, and [x.
The upsurge has taken place despite some fall in fertility and the authors have attempted to quantify the factors which have led to the decline in the Crude Birth Rate (CBR) and the General Fertility Rate (GFR).
Table 1 Contribution of Rate of Change in Age Structure, Marital Status, Marital Fertility and Proportion Female in General Fertility Rate (GFR) and Crude Birth Rate (CBR): 1963-65 to 1976-78, (Base Years =1963-65) Absolute Change Relative Change in in Contributing Factors GFR CBR GFR CBR Age Structure -4.
Family size and general fertility rates in Ireland show that the vast majority of Irish couples practice some form of family planning.
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