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State and local government spending is estimated using data from the quinquennial (5-year) Compendium of Government Finances (U.
Accordingly, the objective of the authors was to adjust the preliminary series such that they (1) are consistent with the quinquennial benchmarks available, (2) fulfill all the accounting relationships for any given year, and (3) show movements that are as close as possible to the preliminary information.
Table 1 shows the incidence rates per 100,000, for each sex, adjusted to the world population, for the main cancer sites for 9 quinquennial periods from 1962 to 2007.
Hariri, who heads the quinquennial committee charged with structuring the Future Movement, held a news conference during which he announced the political party's founding convention will be held on July 24 and 25 at the Beirut International Exhibition and Leisure Center (BIEL).
2005 will see the next in the line of quinquennial revaluations of all non-domestic properties throughout England Scotland and Wales for rating purposes.
The closures are a direct result of recommendations made by the quinquennial review of HRI.
When the Government carried out its quinquennial review of the Levy Board, in 1999, it noted that, the previous year, the stud made a profit of pounds 67,000 on turnover of pounds 2.
9p, until at least 2005 when it will know the extent of the price caps on its placed in the water regulator's next quinquennial review.
Senior editor ERIC BANKS revisits the magazine s coverage of Documenta 5, the first themed installment of the peerless European quinquennial.
The Cabinet Office said in a statement that the August data made clear the deflationary trend in terms of moderately falling prices by adopting new items that better mirror price movements along with the quinquennial change in the base year.
Williams will become the 12th executive director of the USP when the group holds its quinquennial meeting in April.
In addition, these monthly estimates, which are reported voluntarily, are subject to annual benchmark revisions based on data from mandatory annual surveys and quinquennial censuses.
delegate in the next five quinquennial congresses, the convening of which was taken over by the United Nations under the title of U.
Benchmark estimates of PCE are based on data collected approximately every 5 years in the Census of Manufactures and other quinquennial censuses.
The American Express OPEN State of Women-Owned Business report is based on data from the United States Census Bureau, specifically their quinquennial business census, the Survey of Business Owners (SBO), which is conducted every five years in years ending in 2 and 7.