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triennial

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
triennialtri‧en‧ni‧al /traɪˈeniəl/ adjective  TMChappening every three yearsannual
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triennialAt their triennial congress on Sept. 15-21,1990, delegates adopted a new party programme replacing that of 1975.June 30 would mark the end of the triennial contract cycle that had punctuated labor-management relations in the copper industry since midcentury.The triennial election for the Senate Presidency took place on Oct. 2.The Fourth Lateran Council, held at the end of his reign, imposed a triennial twentieth for the same purpose.
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