That's exactly what will happen in the Quadrennial
The Navy is gearing up to defend its current force structure--built around 12 aircraft: carriers--in the 2005 Quadrennial
Defense Review, about to get under way at the Pentagon.
29 - no, make that by Opening Ceremonies on Friday - we were going to wax nostalgic for the organizing skills of the ancient Greeks, who inaugurated this quadrennial
event in 776 BC.
Campaigning formally started Tuesday for the election of town and village mayors and assembly members in towns and villages throughout Japan in a final round of quadrennial
The socialist writer Barbara Garson once compared the quadrennial
farce to a contest for student president.
In the journalistic race to find who's up and who's down, the highs never get higher nor the lows so deep as during the quadrennial
gambol to attain the most coveted and perhaps least understood office in the land.
Democrats Abroad holds seats on the DNC and sends a voting delegation to the quadrennial
convention to nominate our presidential candidate.
quarterly, annual, and quadrennial
inspections as specified in Title 8, Group 13 (4884) General
WASHINGTON -- The Defense Department unveiled the Quadrennial
Defense Review today, charting the way ahead for the next 20 years as it confronts current and future challenges and continues its transformation for the 21st century.
And that's the reason for my quadrennial
vacation trips with a group of political-junkie friends, many of us sportswriters who find the race for the White House the greatest spectator sport of all.
Geneva -- Jane Fonda, actress and activist, will screen her documentary film entitled Generation 2000: The Realities of Girls' Lives, at the ICN 22nd Quadrennial
Congress in Copenhagen.
Bradley, of course, is not obligated to run; but he goes through the quadrennial
exercise of publicly debating whether to do so.