Life expectancy reading fill blanks book review 77

Life expectancy reading fill blanks book review 77

Life expectancy reading fill blanks book review 77

188. Sample

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During the decade 1999 to 2009, life expectancy at birth improved for both sexes. A girl born in 2009 could expect to reach 83.9 years of age, ……………… a boy could expect to live to 79.3 years. Over the decade, the boy’s life expectancy increased ………………. more than girls’ (3.1 compared with 2.1 years). This saw the gap between the sexes’ life expectancy decrease by one year to 4.6 years. Life expectancy at birth is one of the most widely used and internationally recognized indicators of population health.

It focuses on the length of life ………………… than its quality and provides a useful summary of the general health of the population. while an indicator describing how long Australians live that simultaneously takes into account quality of life would be a desirable summary measure of progress in the are, currently no such measure …………… and this is why life expectancy at birth is used as the Main Progress Indicator here.
In the longer term, increases in life expectancy also occurred over …………….. of the 20th century. Unfortunately, life expectancy is not shared across the whole population though, being lower in Tasmania and the Northern Territory, and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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189. Sample

from has developed as contribute intended

Books and articles highlighting intractable debt, poverty, and development around in both the academic and popular literature. This addition to the debate is both timely and interesting ……………. it subsumes the economic debate to the broader social, political, environmental and institutional context of debt in developing countries. Debt-for-Development Exchanges: History and New Applications is ………………. for a wide audience including academics from a range of disciplines (including accounting and finance); non-Government organizations (NGOs); civil society groups; and, both debtor and creditor governments and public-sector organizations.
Professor Ross Buckley, author and editor ……………….. an international profile in the area of debt relief and this book is the outcome of an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery grant to explore debt-for-development mechanisms that relieve debt, improve development outcomes …………….. aid, are practically and politically attractive to creditors and ……………… to regional security.

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