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TFR of Hindus in Jammu and in the State as a whole has declined and is now below the replacement level of 2.
I corresponded with XM WX Aviation Weather detailing my problem and suggested that more diligence should be taken in reporting TFRs.
Secret Service protection and all of them will have TFRs.
Moreover, studies suggest that only 61% of the reduction in TFR could be attributed to FP practices, and rest has been mainly due to the elevated age of marriage among Iranian women (primarily due to their pursuit of higher educations and the shift in some of the socio-cultural norms), desire to have no future birth, and other proximate determinants of reduction in fertility (4-6).
To validate the suggested scattering model, the estimation of parameters of the model has been implemented, and the TFR signatures of the simulated signal by this model have been compared with that of accurate backscattered signal computed by FE-BI-MLFMA, demonstrating excellent agreement.
The TFR for most developed countries now stands well below replacement levels.
In the long run, a population is said to be stable if the TFR is at the replacement rate, which is a little above 2.
16 September 2011 - British outsourcing provider Staffline Group plc (LON:STAF) said today it had completed the acquisition of Peterborough-based recruitment agency TFR Ltd, or Taskforce, for an undisclosed purchase price.
Through these calculations, we estimated that in our standard population, more than 30,000 maternal deaths would occur il the TFR and maternal mortality ratio were both at 1911 levels (Table 2).
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TFR was below replacement for every year between 1972 and 2005 and above replacement in 2006 and 2007.
45% decrease in fertility rates, which is robust to sensitivity tests with an alternative model specification and alternative measures of TFR.
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