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data relating to births and deaths and health and diseases and marriages

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They applied for a gender-neutral birth certificate at the Vital Statistics division of Service NL in April.
The workshop will contribute to increase the knowledge of statisticians and those responsible for civil registration in governments and revised international principles and recommendations, with a view to compiling, process and disseminate vital statistics, and improve their ability to identify gaps and challenges in the application of international standards to improve the vital statistics system in their countries.
The order was in line with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Resolution 69/15 titled Implementing the Outcome of the High-level Meeting on the Improvement of Civil Registration and Vital Statistics in Asia and the Pacific.
Pang reportedly said that Kum's vital statistics were real.
Schweber compares the conditions and challenges that influenced the struggle to promote and institutionalize demography in France and vital statistics in England as disciplines that identify causes of social phenomena and inform social policy through the use of statistical manipulation and analyses.
The survey can be completed by logging on to Vital Statistics at www.
Vital Statistics can take full advantage of the drop in class in the Jupiter Unit Trust Managers Conditions Stakes at Newbury.
Toronto -- Judicial activism manifested itself again on June 6, 2006, when Ontario Superior Court of Justice Paul Rivard ruled birth registry provisions of the Vital Statistics Act "discriminate" against lesbian "co-mothers" on the basis of sex, and infringe their "right to equality" under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Each individual titles provides young readers with a profile of the featured animal's vital statistics, fascinating "Fact Flash" text boxes and "Danger Reports" of encounters with them.
Each entry provides a species' vital statistics and details individuals' behaviors and lifestyles, as revealed by scientists' latest research into the fossil record.
Designed by German lighting wunderkind Ingo Maurer, its vital statistics are impressive.
1) Analysts used vital statistics and census data to compare rates of teenage births, late prenatal care, low birth weight and infant mortality in "high-poverty" neighborhoods (those in which 30% or more of residents were below the poverty line in 1990) and others in Cuyahoga County, Ohio; Denver; Marion County, Indiana; and Oakland.
Rhyl's 36-28-36 vital statistics left the resort trailing in seventh place in a poll by wine-maker Lambrini.
Currently, the Utah Population Database comprises more than 7 million linked records, including genealogical records, population records, and vital statistics that are linked to medical information.
With the help of vital statistics, it is possible to obtain some dependable information pertaining to non-marital sexual activity during the 1960s, 1950s, and even the 1940s.