'I came here in the morning but you know even those enumerators who pass here ignore us completely because they think we shall beg for money,' another one said, urging the government to ensure they are counted
before the end of the exercise.
In our classroom, we noticed that children who used a combination of two hands to touch or move objects as they counted
most frequently made errors.
About 320 more otters were counted
in 2004 than in 2003.
The series of letters or digits in the load condition were randomly assigned to the arrays to be counted
. Each of the 36 participants was confronted with a different order of presentation defined by 6 possible orders for the 3 experimental X6 associations between sets of memory items and experimental conditions.
Then officials transfer that ballot to the proper precinct to be counted
Supreme Court's decision to block the Florida Supreme Court's statewide manual recount of undervotes, with the result that some votes would never be counted
in time to affect this election?
The average US rig count for May 2019 was 986, a decline of 26 from the 1,012 counted
in April 2019 and 60 from the 1,046 counted
in May 2018, respectively.
"Our study is new because we have shown that babies, long before they can start to count themselves, can recognise a fundamental principle of counting: that every single object must be counted
for counting to be happening correctly," ABC Science quoted Slaughter as saying.
Since babies typically spend more time looking at new or surprising items than at familiar ones, Wynn concluded that her pint-size participants counted
up how many toys were behind the screen and were intrigued by errant results.
* If using a substantive test approach, make certain audit test counts focus on high value items and will, in the aggregate, encompass a sufficient proportion of the inventory being counted
Baker Hughes announces June international rig count for June 2019 was 1,138, up 12 from the 1,126 counted
in May 2019, and up 179 from the 959 counted
in June 2018.
This was an increase of 64 from the 1,062 counted
in April 2019 and was up by 159 from the 967 counted
in May 2018.
It estimates that more than 8 million were not counted
, most of them children, people from racial and ethnic minorities, and poor people in rural and urban areas.