Sentences with Population, Sentences about Population in English

Sentences with Population, Sentences about Population in English

1. The population of this country is diminishing.

2. The urban population of America is increasing.

3. The population of the World is rising very fast.

4. Population growth has given rise to serious social problems.

5. Evolution can occur if there is enough genetic variation within a population.

6. The growth rate of the country’s population has doubled in the last 20 years.

7. If they would rather die, they had better do it, and decrease the surplus population.

8. The population of the country increased by 1 million in 10 years and reached 30 million.

9. If they would rather die, . . . they had better do it, and decrease the surplus population.

10. Rural flight is exacerbated when the population decline leads to the loss of rural services.

11. Technology made large populations possible; large populations now make technology indispensable.

12. If they would rather die, they had better do it, and decrease the surplus population. (Charles Dickens)

13. A stereotype becomes a stereotype when a significant percentage of the population appears to conform to it.

14. Many African leaders refuse to send their troops on peace keeping missions abroad because they probably need their armies to intimidate their own populations.

15. Today we see a human population of over 6 billion people, many of whom have serious medical conditions, which either can’t be treated or cannot be treated economically.

16. A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves who do not have to be coerced, because they love their servitude.

17. I know that if the peace movement takes its message boldly to the Negro people a powerful force can be secured in pursuit of the greatest goal of all mankind. And the same is true of labor and the great democratic sections of our population.

18. There can be no peace in the world so long as a large proportion of the population lack the necessities of life and believe that a change of the political and economic system will make them available. World peace must be based on world plenty.

19. Another cause of change, one less noticeable but fundamental, is the modern growth of population closely connected with scientific and medical discoveries. It is interesting that the United Nations has set up a special Commission to study this question.

20. A majority, perhaps as many as 75 percent, of abortion clinics are in areas with high minority populations. Abortion apologists will say this is because they want to serve the poor. You don’t serve the poor, however, by taking their money to terminate their children.

21. Selection bias is the bias introduced by the selection of individuals, groups, or data for analysis in such a way that proper randomization is not achieved, thereby failing to ensure that the sample obtained is representative of the population intended to be analyzed.

22. We simply can no longer afford to deny the full potential of one half of the population. The world needs to tap into the talent and wisdom of women. Whether the issue is food security, economic recovery, health, or peace and security, the participation of women is needed now more than ever.

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