Censual


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Cen´su`al


a.1.Relating to, or containing, a census.
He caused the whole realm to be described in a censual roll.
- Sir R. Baker.
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He highlighted the DoS's record in on-field data collection, which spares time, effort and cost and fosters quality, direct on-site surveillance, and emergence of censual outputs in the diverse spheres.
During the inter censual years (1981-1998), the population growth rate of the city had been 3.
In spite of these limitations that make this study somehow exploratory, this censual, and in this regard unique research expects to have contributed with relevant findings to the present international discussion on Notes, and to IFRS consolidation in Brazil.