コホート, 子分, ぐる, 一班
Noun(1) a company of companions or supporters(2) a band of warriors (originally a unit of a Roman Legion(3) a group of people having approximately the same age
(1) a cohort of civil servants patiently drafting legislation(2) The researchers studied the reported mortality rates and causes of death in a cohort of women who used homeless shelters in Toronto.(3) Our program seeks to build a community of learners by bringing together each year's cohort for a common course each semester.(4) Indeed, nine of the eleven shop assistants in the 1899 cohort were migrants into the city.(5) The charts and data presented are very interesting, including the revelation that male modern heights and standards were achieved by the birth cohort of 1925.(6) Deaths due to malignancy were mainly linked to smoking, previously shown as common in our cohort .(7) the 1940├ö├ç├┤4 birth cohort of women(8) The only exception to this generalization comes from the Dublin 1899 cohort , where the percentage dropped to just slightly more than one-tenth of the membership.(9) Having spent months recruiting, training, and developing a cohort of staff, directors wonder what they might do to entice staff to return.(10) Subjects responding may represent a cohort of individuals who are more motivated and generally more compliant with therapy than nonresponders.(11) In a cohort of 220 patients recruited from general practice, a quarter died within three months.(12) Sometimes linked with Mars, he was honoured by various senior officers, by soldiers of all the legions, and by the cohort at the fort of Birdoswald.(13) Of their children, taking the cohort born before 1968, however, only a third remained in unskilled work, and 54 per cent were in clerical or management posts.(14) Flanagan was twenty-one years old when she joined the Central Branch of the league as part of the 1899 cohort .(15) As a result, the Army will soon have a cohort of company grade officers who are accustomed to operating independently, taking the initiative, and adapting to changes.(16) a long-time cohort of the band
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