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quintile

 [kwin´tīl]
any of the four values that divide the range of a probability distribution distribution into five parts of equal probability; the first, second, third, and fourth quintiles are the 20th, 40th, 60th, and 80th percentiles.
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In 2010, the inflation-adjusted present value of benefits from the same programs was $391,000 for people in the bottom income quintile, and $522,000 for people in the top income quintile.
The results, published in the National Tax Journal, revealed that "over half of taxpayers moved to a different income quintile and that roughly half of taxpayers who began in the bottom income quintile moved up to a higher income group by the end of each period.
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Table 1 presents the characteristics of the study population by GGT quintiles for women.
Even if they recorded identical lifetime earnings, differences in age and experience would show up as inequalities in the quintile charts.
Initially, expenditure quintile tables were run based on expenditure rankings, using the total expenditures definition from the current survey.
Between 1973 and 1990, the top quintile of black families saw their share of total black family income rise 3.
Monthly Savings Through Pension or Provident Funds, By Income Quintile, 1998-2004 (by net income per standard person in NIS, constant 2004 prices) Average Bottom Second Third Fourth Top Saving Quintile Quintile Quintile Quintile Quintile 1998 198 27 71 135 257 501 2000 228 28 91 177 312 534 2002 266 26 86 187 354 678 2004 304 36 75 191 398 821 Source: Adva Center analysis of CBS, Household Surveys, various years; figures for 2003 were obtained courtesy the Consumption Department of the CBS.
After adjusting for Tanner stage, boys in the highest BMI quintile were 2.
The merged company will be named Quintiles IMS Holdings, Inc.
Quintiles helps biopharma and other healthcare companies improve their probability of success by connecting insights from their deep scientific, therapeutic and analytics expertise with superior delivery for better outcomes.
Quintiles will own 60 percent and Quest the rest of the venture, which would have earned $575 million in revenue had it existed last year, the companies said in a statement last week.