(noun) A greater-than-expected level of cancer cases in a group of people within a defined geographic area over a period of time.
(noun) The flow (flight) of capital away from one country or investment into another.
(noun) An economic system based on market competition and the pursuit of profit, in which the means of production or capital are privately owned by individuals or corporations.
(noun) An estimated value of a business.
(noun) The tendency for children to enter the same or similar occupations as their parents.
(noun) The amount of people that an area of land can support based on the amount of available resources.
(noun) A detailed and in-depth study of a single case, involving an event, group, individual, or organization.
(noun) A stratified system based on a status conferred at birth (ascribed status) due to an individual’s descent in which individuals do not have mobility due to custom or law.
(noun) A group of people who happen to be at the same location at the same time.
1. (noun) An individual, aged 100 years old or older; 2. (adjective) Relating to an individual 100 years old or older.
(noun) A type of power legitimated by perceived extraordinary characteristics that inspires devotion and obedience from followers.
(noun) An act of terrorism using chemical agents.