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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of cohorts in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of cohorts in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of cohorts in a Sentence

  1. Peter Cook:

    As we review the program, we have paused the actual movement of new recruits from Syria, we also continue to provide support for current forces on the ground and to train the cohorts currently in the program.

  2. Princeton University:

    These programs are paying off in terms of lower mortality and better health for children. Since there is a great deal of evidence that healthier children grow up to be healthier adults, these trends auger well for the future of these cohorts (populations).

  3. Anthony Fauci:

    Inevitably, there will be a time when we'll have to give boosts. What we're doing literally on a weekly and monthly basis is following cohorts of patients to determine if, when and whom should get it. But right now at this moment, other than the immune compromised, we're not going to be giving boosters to people.

  4. Anthony Fauci:

    Michael Phillips could have missed one or two cases, but not entire cohorts.

  5. Joseph Braun:

    What United States did here that was unique, was take the data from the two cohorts and analyze it and publish them together and actually show that there was some consistency of the associations and that actually makes it powerful, we see the same association in two arguably very different places.

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