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head count

or head·count (hĕd′kount′)
n.
1. The act of counting people in a particular group.
2. The number of people counted in this way.

head count

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headcount

n
1. a check of the number of people present
2. (Commerce) commerce the number of people employed by a company or organization

head′ count`

or head′count`,


n.
an inventory of people in a group taken by counting individuals: a head count of senators opposing the bill.
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Noun1.head count - number of people in a particular group
count - the total number counted; "a blood count"
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UNEMPLOYMENT will continue to fall in Coventry and Warwickshire as local businesses make promises to increase their head counts due to strong business confidence in the region.
Speaking of head counts and chickens, don't go there.
Most studies of the issue have found an association between a greater number of primary care physicians per population and better health outcomes, and almost all have based their conclusions on simple head counts of primary care physicians derived from the American Medical Association Masterfile.
Most studies that have been conducted on the issue have found an association between a greater number of primary care physicians per population and better health outcomes, and almost all have based their conclusions on simple head counts of primary care physicians derived from the American Medical Association Masterfile.
Corcoran executives said the company has more than that number of agents, because some do not appear on the firm's website, which The Real Deal uses to tally head counts for all firms because it's more up to date than state licensing filings.
The CCCCO Data Mart was used to collect term-level data on head counts, enrollments in transfer courses and course success patterns.
Simple head counts of providers are unlikely to produce realistic estimates of the actual supply of health care available to a population (Larson, Ballweg, and Hart 2001; Ricketts, Hart, and Pirani 2000).
The study, based partly on actual head counts of churchgoers, argues that the rate of church attendance is actually about half that claimed for years by social scientists.
Tying information such as head counts, allocations, floor plans and assets in eCenterOne with properties, rentable square footage and status in Oracle's PeopleSoft 8.
The decennial census determines congressional districts and thus representation in the Electoral College, and Democrats and Republicans have long sparred over whether to hold to a hard head count or use sampling for areas where obtaining head counts proves difficult.
Included is information on student headcount and credit hours, majors by specific college within the university and at the branch campuses, credit hours by discipline, and student head counts and majors at their branch campuses.