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Noun(1) the 300th anniversary (or the celebration of it
Adjective(1) occurring every third year or lasting 3 years
(1) Now one of your other policies is to increase the triennial funding of the corporation.(2) Tom Hart, director of the Episcopal Church's Washington office, said his staff gives a voice in a practical way to positions taken by the church at its triennial General Convention meetings.(3) An earlier version of this article was presented as a paper by Richard S. Levine at the XXII triennial Congress of the International Union of Architects in Berlin, Germany, July 2002.(4) The end of the Cold War has since left it drifting without a purpose but Malaysia, which will take over as the grouping's chair for the next three years, is determined to make this triennial summit a platform for peace.(5) Griswold, 62, was diagnosed with the early stages of prostate cancer in July just after the 2.5-million-member church concluded its triennial General Convention meeting in Denver.(6) Spie is one of the sponsors of this triennial meeting, which brings together an international group of attendees who, this year, represented about 40 nations.(7) Before making the PPR continuously available, organizations had received access to the PPR tool 15 months after its last triennial survey and had three months to complete it.(8) In particular, I am referring to what may be called a ├ö├ç├┐time bomb├ö├ç├û: the triennial fee maxima of $3,900 each year for arts students, and above that for other students.(9) ├ö├ç├┐We expect a strong turnout for this triennial event and look forward to hosting exhibitors and attendees from all over the world,├ö├ç├û concludes James.(10) The triennial review was bad enough, but on the media decision, on which he took such an inflexible position - it's difficult to figure out how you do a repair job on that.(11) The triennial revisions of the MSJC Code includes provisions for adhered veneer and prestressed masonry and an expansion of the quality assurance section.(12) Last year's edition of the triennial World Congress for Alternatives to Animal Use drew more than 1,000 participants to Berlin and featured hundreds of presentations and talks.(13) The Commission has granted the project triennial funding for their base operation on three nights - Thursday to Saturday.(14) In September, we will stage our first triennial exhibition of international photography and video.(15) In early 1925, under O'Neill's guidance, the company finalised a triennial mines agreement with the mining companies - the first of many to come.(16) Officials report that the main contributing factors to the decrease in projected long-term debt levels were the policy changes introduced in the Budgets of 2002 and 2003, especially the triennial fee/course costs maxima policy.
1. tercentennial ::
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Different Formstriennial, triennially, triennials
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