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Argentine People Of European Descent - History - Colonial and Post-independence Period
... de Vértiz in Buenos Aires revealed that, of a total population of 37,130 inhabitants, the Spaniards and Criollos numbered 25,451, or 68.55% of the ... in 1777 showed that the Spaniards and Criollos numbered 4,491 (or 51.24%) out of a population of 8,765 inhabitants ... of the United Provinces of Río de la Plata Spanish, of a total population of around 700,000 inhabitants ...
Subdivisions Of The United Arab Emirates - Demographics
... Historical population Year Pop ±% p.a 1963 95,000 — 1968 180,226 13.66% 1975 557,887 17.52% 1980 1,042,099 13.31% 1985 1,379,303 5.77% 1995 2,411,041 5.74% 1999 2,938,000 5.07% 2005 4,106,427 5.74% 2010 8,26 ... In 2010, the UAE's population was estimated at 8,264,070, of whom only 13% were UAE nationals or Emiratis, while the majority of the population were expatriates ... With a male/female sex ratio of 2.2 for the total population and 2.75 for the 15–65 age group, the UAE's gender imbalance is second highest in the world after Qatar ...
Bhodwal Majri
... Total population - Persons - 2,603 Total population - Males - 1,410 Total population - Females - 1,193 Total irrigated area 244 ...
Subdivisions Of Belize - Demographics - Population and Housing
... As of 2010, the total population of Belize was 312,698 ... The total number of households in Belize was 79,272 and the average household size was 3.9 ... The homeless population amounted to 118 in total, of whom 113 were males and 5 were females ...
Culture Of Portland, Oregon - Demographics
... Historical populations Census Pop. 2011 593,820 1.7% "Census of Population and Housing" ... The population density is 4,375.2 people per square mile ...

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