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quadrennial

a period of four years
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In only a few cases did frequent burning result in concentrations of arthropods near logs, despite much lower leaf litter, less live herbaceous vegetation biomass, and reduced plant structure on those plots compared to unburned or quadrennially burned plots (Hanula & Wade 2003).
[section] 220511 (requiring the committee to report to the president and Congress of the United States quadrennially regarding the extent to which it has fulfilled its intended purposes); see also id.
It's one thing not to learn from history, quite another to condemn us--as Nader quadrennially endeavors--to repeat it.
On this, the quadrennially central fact of life for Iowans and wanna-be Iowans, a group of bright, informed, experienced people inside The Des Moines Register had once again come together to hash out a decision.
In 2004 the House of Assembly amended the House of Assembly Act to provide for fixed election dates quadrennially on the second Tuesday of October.
He enjoys seeing pileated woodpeckers outside his office window and quadrennially prognosticating about the summer Olympics using nothing more than economics.
As a general rule, political experts say, parties in early presidential primary states tend to have effective organizations and effective chairs--with the nation's top campaign talent descending on the state quadrennially, some chairs are able to capitalize to help build or sustain their parties.
presidential elections are a mechanism of accountability; yet one could imagine how burdensome it would be were these elections held quarterly instead of quadrennially. Increasing accountability can increase efficiency, and assurance, and honesty, but it can also waste resources, divert attention toward irrelevant targets, and foster distrust.
The first four documents are updated quadrennially, with the fifth being updated biennially.
It was coordinated quadrennially with competitions in Varna (Bulgaria), Moscow, and Helsinki.
(1999) reported that the quadrennially burnt site (PCH 21) was more similar to the unburnt site (PCH 17) than the biennially burnt site, which may explain the similarities in C recoveries of these 2 sites.
These events culminate in modern ritual engagements in sporting events annually, or quadrennially like the World Series, the Super Bowl, the Stanley Cup, the golf and tennis open competition in diverse countries, and the Olympics; recently there was the competition to be the first balloonist to circumnavigate the globe first rendered in the literary fantasy of Jules Verne in the nineteenth century, then in the popular and successful film by Mike Todd, and finally with the art and science of Dr.