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In the household sector accounts we treat contributions to and pensions from privately funded...

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In the household sector accounts we treat contributions to and pensions from privately funded...

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Administrative data is collected by government or other organisations for purposes other than...

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Administrative enumeration is the process of using administrative data to add people to the census...

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An Adult Child is a “Child in a Family Nucleus” who is employed full-time or who is aged 18 years...

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An adult child is a ‘child in a family nucleus’ who is aged 15 years or over and employed full...

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The New Zealand citizenship or visa status of the buyers or sellers in a property transfer. In...

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After school care programmes are formal supervised programmes and can be provided both on and off...

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Age

Specifies the injured person’s age in years, at the date of injury. This age may differ from the...

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Age

The length of time a person has been alive measured in complete elapsed years. It is measured as...

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Age

Age is the length of time a person has been alive, measured in complete, elapsed years. It is...

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Age

Specifies the injured person’s age in years, as at the date of injury, and is calculated from their ...

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Age is the length of time a person has been alive. --

Variable name: Age Definition: Age is the...

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Established by dentition, that is the number of permanent teeth (incisors). Cattle at around 18...

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Age in years at the date of injury, calculated from the date of birth. This may differ from the...

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The age group is used to group ages to produce standard outputs.

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Age standardisation adjusts the age structures of different groups such that they can be compared...

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A process of adjusting the rate of injury to account for changes in the age structure of a...

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A bar chart graphically representing the age structure of the population, usually in five-year age...

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Information on the sex and ethnicity of an offender is recorded by Corrections. Age is calculated...

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The number of people aged 65+ years per 100 people aged 15–64 years.

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Receipt of amounts on behalf of other organisations e.g. Rates (Borough, County, River Board, Pest...

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A measure relating to an age group. Age-specific rates are commonly calculated for fertility,...

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A measure relating to an age group. Age-specific rates are commonly calculated for fertility,...

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The age-standardised rate indicates the rate of injuries per 100,000 people, standardised to the...

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