A New Zealand survey was conducted by the ministry of Research Science and Technology to examine the experiences of a cohort of graduates in the first five years after they graduated.
a cohort of civil servants patiently drafting legislation
Flanagan was twenty-one years old when she joined the Central Branch of the league as part of the 1899 cohort .
The top schools cater for a cohort of students whose parents can afford to pay for grinds and revision courses.
Deaths due to malignancy were mainly linked to smoking, previously shown as common in our cohort .
In a cohort of 220 patients recruited from general practice, a quarter died within three months.
In a cohort of experienced Swiss general practitioners most were unable to interpret correctly numerical information on the diagnostic accuracy of a screening test
Having spent months recruiting, training, and developing a cohort of staff, directors wonder what they might do to entice staff to return.
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.
Initially designed for cavalry, the fort was garrisoned by an infantry cohort of 800 men in the C2.