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Universal serial bus modem. A small portable device that functions as a modem and plugs into a...

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There are three key frameworks used to underpin index design; acquisition, payment, and use. Under...

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The place or places a person occupies within their regular routine of life (except places visited...

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The number of hours a respondent ordinarily works each week. A week is normally understood to be...

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The number of hours the respondent usually works in employment during a particular reference...

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Usual residence is the meshblock of the dwelling where a person considers himself or herself to...

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This is a statistical, not a legal, definition generally based on a person's self-identified usual...

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Usual residence is the address of the dwelling where a person considers himself or herself to...

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A person's usual residence is the address of the dwelling or place where the person considers...

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Usual residence five years ago is the usual residence of a respondent on 6 March 2001.

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Usual residence five years ago is the usual residence of a respondent five years prior to the date...

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The usual residence five years ago indicator provides general information on where people usually...

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This is a derived variable that summarises the respondent’s usual residence five years ago. It...

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The usual residence imputation supplies a value for the usual residence meshblock, where a...

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The usual residence indicator describes the relationship between a respondent’s usual residence and ...

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The usual residence indicator describes the relationship between a respondent's usual residence and ...

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Usual residence n years ago is the usual residence of a respondent n years prior to the date that...

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The usual residence n years ago indicator is a respondent's usual residence n years ago in relation ...

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Usual residents are people who usually live in the surveyed dwelling.

There are two types of usual...

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A person who usually lives in an area. This is a statistical, not a legal, definition generally...

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Usual residents in non-private occupied dwellings are people who were enumerated in a non-private...

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Usual residents in occupied dwellings are people who were enumerated in private and non-private...

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Usual residents in private dwellings are people who were enumerated at home in a private occupied...

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Refer also to ‘Census usually resident population count’.

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Valuables are goods whose role is as a store of value. Examples are: precious stones and metals,...

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