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decennial

(dĭ-sĕn′ē-ĭl) [L. decennium, period of ten years]
Occurring every tenth year. Some booster vaccinations, e.g., against tetanus and diphtheria, were traditionally administered one decade after the prior dose.
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These systems will support the data collection activities of Census Bureau enumerators and local census offices during the 2008 dress rehearsal and ultimately the 2010 Decennial Census.
Persons subject to the obligation to decennial insurance must be able to prove that they have signed a contract good for covering such liability.
This limitation increases the importance of further system testing to ensure that the decennial systems work as intended.
In the past four years, AERA personnel supporting the Census have also developed a Web-based decision support system for use with statistical data, and an online quality assurance system to monitor the quality of forms printed for the 2000 Decennial Census.
Lot 2 structural damage (OD) completed a Collective Agreement Decennial Liability (CCRD).
The new American FactFinder provides users with one-stop access to results from the decennial census (2010 and 2000), the economic census (2002 and 2007), American Community Survey, population estimates and key annual economic surveys.
The decennial census is a constitutionally-mandated activity that produces critical data used to apportion congressional seats, redraw congressional districts, and allocate billions of dollars in federal assistance.
It is astonishing that a bishop can with impunity authorize same-sex blessings, thereby thumbing his episcopal nose at the guidance of his national church, the House of Bishops of which he is a member, the pronouncement of the decennial Lambeth meeting of our communion's bishops, the sensitive counsel of two Archbishops of Canterbury and, indeed, at our entire communion.
More than 1,000 tables and 52 books summarizing 2000 Decennial Census data will be generated in this project.
Contract notice: Framework agreement for project management for the decennial revision of the wastewater treatment plant in florange maison-neuve.
For the first time since 1950 - more than the lifetime of most living Philadelphians - the city has experienced an increase in population in the decennial Census.