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  • First, it has only been empirically tested with displays composed of one or two elements.
  • Markets are the central topic of his research, and empirically he has mainly studied the fashion industry.
  • Two observations would be needed to check empirically for a change of state, one initial and one final.
  • It has become a popular field of study, both empirically and theoretically.
  • Since then, the company has claimed success rates higher than this, through data collected empirically from users of the product.
  • Here again is seen the difference between correct and incorrect singing, empirically considered. Cited from The Psychology of Singing, by David C. Taylor
  • Treatment is usually started empirically because of the serious complications that may result from delayed treatment.
  • He claims that a genuine good taste does exist, though it could not be empirically identified.
  • He arrived empirically at many of his specific techniques. Cited from Introduction to Non-Violence, by Theodore Paullin
  • He was the first to empirically prove that hot water freezes faster than cold water.
  • Two later studies have empirically confirmed these results.
  • Many scientifically important problems can be represented and empirically studied using networks.
  • One has to observe it empirically in order to know who really governs.
  • Although this fact has been empirically known for decades, now it was also shown as being mathematically correct.
  • However such a principle has not been empirically demonstrated nor verified by the scientific community.
  • However, as this is not always possible, the sought-after probability is often estimated empirically.
  • A piece of matter, as it is known empirically, is not a single existing thing, but a system of existing things. Cited from The Analysis of Mind, by Bertrand Russell
  • His original constant was not empirically measured for a full year.
  • It has not been possible to show empirically that an increased stratification of society in fact took place at all in this period.
  • Others are just rules of thumb learned empirically without even a glimpse of theory.
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Meaning of empirically

  • adverb In an empirical manner
    this can be empirically tested