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quinquennial

taking five years. In Scots law the five-year prescriptive period is known as the quinquennium despite the fact that the present legislation does not use that term. It applies to most claims for money other than those arising from personal injuries.
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Brown (1989) reported health care expenditures in Canada by 19 quinquennial age groups, beginning at birth through those age 90 or over.
The last quinquennial census, completed for 1987, used the 1987 SIC codes.
annual input-output (I-O) accounts, the gross domestic product (GDP)-by-industry accounts, and expenditure-based GDP accounts with the 2002 and 2007 quinquennial I-O benchmark accounts.
SIR - In the quinquennial dashfor-cash known as the European elections candidates are crowding the platform desperate to win a golden ticket that gets them a first-class seat on the gravy train.
He added that the Buhair Project was one of the pillars of the Ministry's Quinquennial Plan so as to implement the Royal directives to build 40,000 housing units the shortest period possible.
BEIJING (TAP) - China's ruling Communist Party opened a quinquennial conclave Thursday with a stark warning from its outgoing leader, President Hu Jintao, that the 91-year-old party could collapse if it fails to rein in rampant corruption that has produced myriad scandals in recent months and caused widespread public disaffection.
Rates are expressed per 100,000 person-years (20) Trends of incidence rates were analyzed during nine quinquennial periods from 1962 to 2007 and trends of mortality rates were analyzed during five quinquennial periods from 1984 to 2008.
Summary: BEIRUT: The Future Movement's founding convention is scheduled for July 24 and 25, the party's quinquennial committee chief Ahmad al-Hariri announced on Wednesday.
For those who are celebrating quinquennial wedding anniversaries (which take place every fifth year), the company is offering discounts that equal the number of years [ETH] 5 percent for the fifth anniversary, 15 percent for the 15th year all the way up to 50 percent for the golden anniversary.
We control for time effects using four quinquennial dummies, the first of which takes value 1 in the 1980-1984 period and 0 otherwise; the other dummies cover the periods 1985-1989, 1990-1994 and 1995-1999.
In academia, the desire to maximize international competitiveness and prevent the waste of taxpayer money has led at the national level to such initiatives as Britain's roughly quinquennial Research Assessment Exercise and efforts in Germany to upgrade select universities to "elite" status.
Organizers of these quinquennial gatherings, and the facilities that host them, agree: Thanksgiving weekend is the most popular time of year to hold high school reunions.