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Sex is the biological distinction between male and female --

Variable name: Sex Definition: Sex...

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The number of males per 100 females in a population. The sex ratio may be computed for the total...

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Offences in this category include:

  • aggravated sexual assault
  • non-aggravated sexual assault ...
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proportion of total spending that debit and credit card spending makes up. This figure can be...

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A non-trading nominal company. Normally, the company will not have any operating or trading...

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Examples of shops, restaurants and bars include cafes, retail outlets, and service stations.

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Short-lived birth: birth that disappears by time T+1 reference period in the business demography...

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Short-term refers to an original contractual maturity period of one year or less.

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A overseas visitor arriving in New Zealand for a stay of less than 12 months, or a New Zealand...

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A New Zealand resident departing New Zealand for an absence of less than 12 months, or an overseas...

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A short-term resident is a person who arrives in New Zealand to stay for less than twelve months.

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Brothers and/or sisters usually living together.

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Pasture crops stored as they are preserved in a fermented state.

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A probability sample selection method where each member of the population has an equal probability...

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The ability of an individual to perform a set of tasks or to fulfil the technical requirements of...

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Level of skill at least equivalent to a bachelors degree. At least five years of relevant...

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Level of skill equivalent to a NZ register diploma or an Australian Qualification Framework (AQF)...

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Level of skill equivalent to a NZ register level 4 qualification, an AQF certificate IV or AQF...

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Level of skill equivalent to a NZ register level 2 or 3 qualification or an AQF certificate II or...

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Level of skill equivalent to a NZ register level 1 qualification, an AQF certificate I or a...

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Immigration New Zealand ' s (INZ) definition of skilled employment is primarily based on the...

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Defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as the ability 'to know how to do something, to...

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Examples include ability to get a lift somewhere, 'borrow' ingredients for cooking, borrow a car.

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Social assistance benefits are education, welfare, and other benefits paid to individuals and...

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Includes all monetary benefits paid to individuals and households by public authorities, private...

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