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populate

(pop′yŭ-lāt″) [L. populare, to inhabit]
In an electronic health record, to add identifying information, clinical history, medication and allergy lists, and other pertinent identifiers about a patient to the patient's database.
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In Sindh, it said, with total population of 47,893,244 in 29 districts, one each seat of the National Assembly had been allocated on 785,135 populous of each district of the province while one each seat of the provincial assembly was fixed on 368,410 district populous.
In the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa with total population of 30,523,371 in 27 districts, one each seat of the National Assembly had been allocated on 782,651 populous of each district, while one each seat of the provincial assembly was fixed on 308,317 district populous, it added.
To meet the complex challenge, Arup and Populous optimised the geometry of each seating tier to maximise the viewing experience.
Tokyo topped the UN's ranking of the most populous cities in 2014 with 38 million inhabitants.
Tokyo topped UN's ranking of the most populous cities in 2014 with 38 million inhabitants and while its population is projected to decline, it will remain the world's largest city in 2030 with 37 million people.
As per projections for 2050a[euro]s Pakistan's population would swell to 363 million but the country is likely to maintain its ranking as the sixth populous country.
Summary: Budget carrier AirAsia says it will set up an airline with India's Tata conglomerate to tap the world's second most populous nation after moves to liberalize its airline industry.
2 billion citizens, making it the second most populous country in the world (behind China) - and the most populous democracy.
Multnomah; the tumultuous story of Oregon's most populous county.
John Barrow of UK architect Populous said earlier at an international football arena conference that air conditioning was too pricey and "notoriously unsustainable".
Through 2050, the US is projected to remain in third place behind India and China among the world's most populous countries, according to the US Census Bureau.
The most populous state was California (37,253,956); the least populous, Wyoming (563,626).