capita


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capita

(ˈkæpɪtə)
n
1. (Statistics) See per capita
2. (Anatomy) anatomy the plural of caput
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The French are said to eat more bread per capita of population than any other people, which is natural, for only they know how to make the stuff palatable.
This meadow was celebrated by reason of the brawls which went on there night and day; it was the hydra of the poor monks of Saint-Germain: quod mouachis Sancti-Germaini pratensis hydra fuit, clericis nova semper dissidiorum capita suscitantibus .
In the morning I starte with six horses and two Gauchos: the latter were capita men for the purpose, and well accustomed to living on thei own resources.
"If India has to reach the Human Development Index (HDI) level of 0.8, it has to increase its per capita energy consumption by 4 times," the survey said, noting that this will require huge resources.
Ten Member States recorded AIC per capita above the EU average in 2018.
It continued that the self-sufficiency rate of wheat stood at 34.5% in 2017 with an average wheat consumption per capita of 163.9 kg versus 137.8 kg in 2016, an increase of 18.9%.
In dollar terms, Tajikistan's GDP per capita over the past year, taking into account the change in the national currency rate against the US dollar, was $802.
Country's capital territory Delhi recorded the highest per capita income among all states at Rs 3,29,093 during financial year 2017-18.
Data on per capita alcohol consumption and tobacco consumption were collected between 1935 and 2014 among the Australian population aged 15 years and older.
Based on preliminary estimates for 2017, AIC per capita expressed in Purchasing Power Standards (PPS) varied from 55 per cent to 130 per cent of the EU average across the bloc's member states.
As per Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, per capita income during 2017-18 is Rs 162,230 ($1641) based on provisional figures of Population Census 2017 held in March 2017 i.e 207,774,520.