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decennial

1. lasting for ten years
2. occurring every ten years
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To see the HyGreen[TM] Hand Hygiene System in action, visit booth #701 at the Fifth Decennial International Conference on Healthcare-Associated Infections.
An accurate decennial census relies on finding and counting people--only once--in the right place and collecting complete and correct information.
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After each decennial census, council districts must be redrawn to reflect changes in the city's population.
Statistics Canada, a federal government department, publishes a certain amount of information about religious denominations as part of the decennial census, but it is not as detailed as a particular church's data and often numbers vary.
Following up on their success with the Decennial Census in 2000, Optimum Solutions Corporation (www.
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At that time, GAO designated the 2010 Decennial Census as high risk, citing long-standing concerns in managing information technology (IT) investments and uncertain costs and operations.
Only bishops attend the decennial Lambeth Conference.
I am requesting an additional $546 million for the Department of Commerce to cover increased costs to conduct the 2010 Decennial Census.
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