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DECENNARY, Eng. law. A town or tithing, consisting originally of ten families of freeholders. Ten tithings composed a hundred. 1 Bl. Com. 114.

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Audi AG, a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), has announced the price of limited-edition R8 V10 Decennium for the United States market.
The last decennium has brought the development of new biological agents that can modulate the MS disease processes, and we are now witnesses of many trials to verify their modes of action, benehts, and adverse reactions.
In the last three decennium the use of nitrogen fertilizer has increased almost nine folds [24].
In the last decennium last years more countries in the Western World implemented universal leukodepletion for RBCs.
Finally, we thank all members of the Editorial and Advisory Boards of ISLJ as well as all authors and commentators for their effort in the past Decennium, thus helping forward the development and expansion of the Journal.
The European Commission is now proposing a new postcrisis strategy Europe 2020 (***, 2010a), which under the slogan "Intelligent, sustainable and favourable to inclusion increase" should attract all the member states in putting into practice, in the following decennium, the priorities and objectives as stated in the strategy.
Cotton Mather, "Decennium Luctuosum," in Narratives of the Indian Wars: 1675-1699, ed.
It provides a snapshot of island households at a critical moment--the second decade of the twentieth century, which also marked the second decennium in the imperial transition between Spanish and U.S.
ubi supra // [12vA] et incipit istud decennium a die primi actus consuetudinis: ex quo devenit in notitiam populivel maioris partis.
To quote Marx, However changing the political aspect of India's past may appear, its social condition has remained unaltered since its remotest antiquity, until the first decennium of the nineteenth century.
These include (for example) John Easton's report on the war, Mary Rowlandson's personal account of her capture by Indian warriors, and Cotton Mather's Decennium Luctuosum.