The Monitor in November reported that more than 10 percent of the population uses Facebook in 51 countries.
Job growth will not be addressed by removing a ban that protects the welfare and dignity of a population of people.
Should I have married someone Jewish, if only to keep our population up?
In 1900, 25 percent of the American population worked on the farm.
They represent only 0.16 percent of our population (316 million), and we are the richest nation on earth.
Some reports give the nominal Christian population as high as 80,000.
What, then, must be the population of the British empire if the increase in one city was at that rate?
He expressed his preference for parliamentary reform, based on population.
As our population has expanded, the Union has been cemented and strengthened.
It is not so in fact, but in Russia it is believed to be so by all classes of the population.
population pop·u·la·tion (pŏp'yə-lā'shən)
The total number of people inhabiting a specific area.
The set of individuals, items, or data from which a statistical sample is taken.
All the organisms that constitute a specific group or occur in a specified habitat.
A group of individuals of the same species occupying a particular geographic area. Populations may be relatively small and closed, as on an island or in a valley, or they may be more diffuse and without a clear boundary between them and a neighboring population of the same species. For species that reproduce sexually, the members of a population interbreed either exclusively with members of their own population or, where populations intergrade, to a greater degree than with members of other populations. See also deme.