Birth rate means the number of births per thousand persons in a particular year and at a particular area. Death rate means the number of deaths per thousand persons in a parti…cular year and at a particular area.(MORE)
Birthrate is how many people are born, while the population growth includes the death rate as well. If the birthrate minus the death rate is positive then the population growt…h is +. If it is negative there is a decrease in population (the population is - ). The population growth also takes emigation and immigration into the picture. (MORE)
Three instruments the sword cup and mirror. each book is about a evil guy trying to get these three instruments. These instruments are powerful and he wants power. The downwor…lders and shadow hunters will need to work together to over power him. ( they are not supposed to work together they hate each other but are on the same side). There are many twists along the way, an Clary (main character) gets the BIGGEST shock of her life as she has to leave the mundane world behind... seriously these books are AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!! And I'm the biggest Jace Fan EVER!!!!!!! (MORE)
The term 'mortality crossover' refers to the fact that minority group members show shorter life expectancies than whites until old age, and then in later old age this tren…d reverses and they show greater life expectancies than whites. (MORE)
opposite of immortal, mortal means those things which are meant to be destroyed one day, all the things in this universe are mortal, human, animals, stars, planets, everthing,… only God is Immortal. (MORE)
One of my favourite past-times is driving and exploring with my husband (and my dog). In WikiAnswers, I am constantly "On the wallaby". Passionate about all things Australian, I roam all over WikiAnswers, answering questions that have the remotest connection to Australiana ... and some that don't ... as my interests are far and wide.
Officially, according to the dictionary, no. "Mortal" is - it's an adjective as in "He shuffled off this mortal coil" (meaning he died). However, there is a common slang… usage in the North East of England, meaning to get blind drunk e.g. "Howay, pet, let's gan doon pub an' get mortaled!"(MORE)