decennial

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decennial

1. lasting for ten years
2. occurring every ten years
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The census of Pakistan is conducted decennially across the entire nation.
From only 890 in 1841 the numbers increased decennially to peak at 12,451 in 1911 and the growth of the Scots-born population actually outstripped that of the town.
Published decennially, the 2010 edition of this handbook provides adult learners, educators, program administrators and scholars with the latest theories, practices, and challenges concerning the field of Adult and Continuing Education.
Before its inception in 1996, these data were collected decennially in the 1987 National Medical Expenditure Survey and the 1977 National Medical Care Expenditure Survey, but the need for more timely data led to the significant public investment of an annual expenditure survey.
Comprehensive micro-level data was only available sporadically before 1940, and decennially from 1940 to 1960.