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Two people usually living in the same dwelling, but not in a registered marriage to each other,...

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This measures the decline in value of fixed assets used in production, as a result of physical...

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The permanent disappearance of all evidence of life at any time after live birth has taken place...

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The number of deaths per 1,000 mean population.

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A final order for divorce allowing either partner to remarry, issued after a decree nisi.

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A provisional order for divorce issued before a decree absolute.

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The death of a child (who was born alive) before the age of 7 days. The early neonatal mortality...

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Full-time workers usually work 30 hours or more per week, even if they did not do so in the survey...

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The time period between conception and actual birth. For live births, this is usually 41 weeks.

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The outlays of producers on durable fixed assets, such as buildings, motor vehicles, plant and...

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A method of projecting the number of households based on the proportion of a population, usually...

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The death of a child (who was born alive) before the age of one year. The infant mortality rate is...

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Members of the working-age population, who during the survey reference week, were classified as...

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People aged 15 years and over who regularly work for one or more hours per week for financial gain, ...

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The proportion of a population in the labour force, usually disaggregated by age and sex.

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A birth registered more than two years after it occurred. Section 16 of the Births, Deaths and...

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The average number of people in an area during a given period, usually a year. This measure may be...

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The death of individuals in a community.

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Young people aged 15–24 years who are unemployed (part of the labour force) and not engaged in...

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The total number of youth (aged 15–24 years) who are not in education, employment, or training...

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Any person in the working-age population who is neither employed nor unemployed. For example, this...

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People who live overseas and are visiting New Zealand for less than 12 months.

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The overall death rate that would have prevailed in a standard population if it had experienced the ...

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Stocks of finished goods are goods ready for sale without further transformation. Stocks includes...

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A person who has not remarried following the death of his or her legal husband or wife.

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