3 edition of A whistle-stop tour of statistics found in the catalog.
A whistle-stop tour of statistics
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||QA276 .E925 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011043269|
A trip by train in which one visits many locations along the way, especially if those locations are not major cities. , Gaines M. Foster, Ghosts of the Confederacy, →ISBN: Gordon then accompanied the former Confederate president on what amounted to a whistlestop tour from Montgomery to Atlanta. , A Savage War of Peace: Algeria whistle-stop tour definition: 1. a series of short visits to different places, made usually by a politician 2. a series of short. Learn more.
whistle-stop tour. The true definition of the term derives from the practice of a small, only occasionally used railway station of signaling a train by steam whistle so the engineer will know to stop to pick up a passenger. Therefore, the first usage of the term in the political context, by Robert Taft, was derisive. Whistle-stop tour of the theory and practice of stress management and prevention: Its possible role in postgraduate health promotion Stephen Palmer Health Education Journal 2,
President and Mrs. Bush make a campaign whistle stop tour on the train, "Spirit of America," across × ; KB President Bush addresses supporters from the back of his "Spirit of America" railroad car in Cornelia during on his whistlestop train tour across × ; KB. Definition and synonyms of whistle-stop tour from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of whistle-stop American English definition of whistle-stop tour. Change your default dictionary to American English. View the pronunciation for whistle-stop tour.
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: A Whistle-Stop Tour of Statistics (): Brian S. Everitt: Books Books Go Search Hello Select your address Today's Deals 5/5(1). 1st Edition Published on December 1, by Chapman and Hall/CRC The book is intended as a quick source of reference and as an aide-memoir for students taking A Whistle-Stop Tour of Statistics - 1st Edition - Brian S.
Everitt - R. Get this from a library. A whistle-stop tour of statistics. [Brian Everitt] -- "Preface according to my Penguin English dictionary, whistle-stop, used before a noun means 'consisting of brief stops in several places' and this whistle-stop tour of statistics does just that, with. Definition of a whistle-stop tour in the Idioms Dictionary.
a whistle-stop tour phrase. What does a whistle-stop tour expression mean. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. BRITAIN'S most unpredictable stand-up comic Russell Brand is back on the road with a whistle-stop tour to promote his latest book.
Whistle-stop definition: If someone, especially a politician, goes on a whistle-stop tour, they visit a lot of | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Modern whistle-stop tours Prince Charles of the United Kingdom started a five-day whistle-stop tour of the United Kingdom on Monday 6 September with a speech in Glasgow.
The green campaigning tour is a part of the Prince's Start initiative that aims to build public awareness of sustainable activities. Whistle-stop definition is - a small station at which trains stop only on signal: flag stop. The good idea of going to Australia begins to sound like hard work.
No worries. Let’s make a whistle-stop tour, and we’ll show you how easy, laid back, informal and relaxing Down Under can be. “Welcomes” begin in Sydney–with Captain Cook, the first settlers and the world’s largest natural harbour.
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A Whistle-Stop Tour of Statistics. By Brian S. Everitt. Decem by Chapman and Hall/CRC. Pages 51 B/W Illustrations. Tour buses do operate via major coach companies, usually with good accommodation booked.
A good cheap itinerary will probably involve a whistle-stop tour of Hampton Court using buses from London via Kingston. A whistle-stop tour of Guildford can be booked or paid for using coaches.
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Through the course of a punishingly hot summer, we experience life with the/5(23). A Whistlestop Tour of Chicago. My last two days in North America were spent in the windy city herself, Chicago, which at this particular time would be best labelled the scorching city, with temperature touching the 35 degree mark (centigrade).
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Sometimes, a strange campaigning style can be a candidate’s best asset—e.g., middle America loved Harry Truman’s off-the cuff attitude and his whistle-stop tours.
At the beginning of the book, the author includes a helpful “Timeline of U.S. Presidential Elections,” which lists election years, the winner, and other major candidates. The book starts off with a whistle-stop tour through the history of statistics, which reveals how researchers and officials first began to use data to answer questions.
Now, big data. Thoroughly enjoyed this whistle stop tour through the history of the First Division. It covers English top flight up to at a great pace which means it never gets boring or bogged down with any one story.
Read more. 4 people found this helpful. s:. Whistle-Stop Tour is a magazine story, illustrated using images from the CGI television series. The railway workers are having their New Year's Eve part in the Knapford Town Square. As the clock strikes midnight, the celebrations really begin.
The engines who are waiting to take them home are having fun watching the workers enjoy themselves.This book has large pages where each double page spread has a detail of the animal mentioned, such as a paw or an eye shown actual size.
The illustrations are bright and colourful and the information interesting. I found it a bit of a whistle stop tour of the animal world, I would have liked to see a book on each different habitat that is covered/5(14). whistle-stop (plural whistle-stops) A small train station. A brief stop on a campaign tour to make a speech or perform some other type of public electioneering.
Usage notes. The unhyphenated spelling, whistle stop, is more common in political usage (except when used attributively). Although originally strictly a US term, it is now used in the.