It ought to be pointed out that calculating passenger kilometres is an inexact science.
In the case of many regions, determining whether an industry is basic or non-basic is a rather inexact science.
But even in this computerised age, avalanche prediction is an inexact science and that is because of the variables involved.
But earthquake warnings are still an inexact science.
NEW Year predictions have been flying around all week and I see no reason why I should not have a go at this remarkably inexact science.
I know translation is a difficult task, but is it this much of an inexact science?
Despite the volume and quality of the research, divining what is in the ocean remains an inexact science.
The process of putting alien genes into plants and animals to favour certain traits or to confer resistance is at best an inexact science with unpredictable results.
It said it was investigating him for spreading false information on the market and presenting and publishing inexact accounts about the bailout.
The definition of sport is broad and inexact , but any recreation combining physical exercise with an element of competition usually fits the bill.