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Journalists cross-referenced the data to ensure deaths were not counted twice.
The Red Cross has a list of suggested first aid items that I cross-referenced.
We did our best to reflect these estimates and cross-referenced them with other sources.
But the researchers cross-referenced their model with the rise of coronavirus deaths in the US.
I cross-referenced all the items in The Mover Max against the list of supplies recommended by Ready.gov.
But the entry refers readers to 21 further items, as do many others in this helpfully cross-referenced work.
We've cross-referenced that data with other providers like CrunchBase and backed it up with our own reporting in some cases.
There are several entries in this encyclopedia that already cover some of the core topics well and these will be cross-referenced.
We also cross-referenced our list against popular comparison sites like Bankrate and Nerdwallet to make sure we didn't miss a thing.
Then she cross-referenced the new coronavirus' genome with the genetic information of other bat coronaviruses her team had collected.
He thus looked at Keeton’s old reports and cross-referenced them with data on weather conditions on the days the experiments were done.
I cross-referenced a few things and came up with answers and I cross-referenced a few others and came up with blanks.
A researcher then cross-referenced the information with publicly available data and emails that had been exposed in previous breaches, the company said.
We compared a list of Ruby Tuesday locations from January 23 against one from April 20, and we cross-referenced those closures with closures reported by local news media.
Then we cross-referenced their suggested shoes with reviews from Runner’s World, Running Shoes Guru, Competitor Running, Women’s Running, and RunRepeat, as well as shopper reviews on Amazon.
The Guardian cross-referenced a database of more than 250,000 Airbnb listings with government housing stock figures to calculate the “penetration rate” of Airbnbs in 8,000 areas across England, Wales and Scotland.
These days electoral rolls have been linked with commercially available consumer data, and names and addresses of voters are cross referenced with everything from magazine subscriptions and home ownership, to hunting licenses and credit scores.
The analysis combines data obtained by File on 4 for hospital admissions for self-harm over the past 10 years, broken down by age, and cross-referenced with population data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to ensure an accurate rate of admissions.
Asked by the BBC’s Eddie Mair why it had not been mentioned, Mr Picardo said he had had "tactical and strategic discussions" with Downing Street over the drafting of the letter and that it had been mentioned "tangentially" as the letter had “cross referenced the Article 50 White Paper” in which Gibraltar is mentioned.
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Asked by the BBCs Eddie Mair why it had not been mentioned Mr Picardo said he had had tactical and strategic discussions with Downing Street over the drafting of the letter and that it had been mentioned tangentially as the letter had cross referenced the Article 50 White Paper in which Gibraltar is mentioned