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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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The consultancy agreement should also be checked to ensure that any decennial liability clause reflects the obligation imposed by law and does not impose a wider obligation.
Her career in this field come after she had been "elected to succeed" the founder and first president, Jesse Lawson, at Frelinghuysen University of the Group of Schools for Employed Colored Persons (Cooper, Decennial 15).
Figure 1 illustrates the changing official thresholds for a family of four, for example, over the relevant decennial census years (that is, for the years of poverty data used in this study).
The American Community Survey was introduced in 1996 in the hope of providing states with needed up-to-date demographic information between decennial censuses.
The decennial census had two parts: the short form, which counts the population; and the long form, which obtains demographic, housing, social and economic information from a sample of households.
And authority for redrawing legislative district boundaries after each decennial census--in the U.
Decennial Census of Population and Housing, the City and County Data Book and the State of the Cities Data System of the U.
The bug exterminator's latest stunt is to reopen the decennial reapportionment process in states where legislatures became more Republican in the last election, so that congressional district lines can be redrawn to produce a more Republican Congress.
Most other federal data collections, including the decennial census and the census of governments, use geocodes and government entity identifiers developed by the Census Bureau or by, what is now, the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST).
As the city tackles its decennial responsibility to redraw council district boundaries to reflect changes in population trends, these individual communities - and how they work into the fabric of the city - are of critical importance.
As head of the Census Bureau, Kincannon will oversee the bureau's decennial Census count, as well as disseminate economic statistics such as regular measurements of international trade and retail sales, among others.
The survey of 700,000 households used the American Community Survey methodology and is the largest survey ever conducted by the Census Bureau outside a decennial census.