M2 PRESSWIRE-August 2, 2019-: The Quinquennial
Review - GAD takes the long view
This, the reinsurer said, is what is known as a "the quinquennial
While European Parliament elections have never occasioned a stirring in the loins of voters, suffering from ever lower turnout even as the Parliament's powers have been strengthened, they do offer a quinquennial
test of opinion of where the continent is politically heading.
But as curtains come down on India's quinquennial
dance of democracy, the next few days will see the media - especially India's tireless 24x7 television news channels - indulging in an interesting but largely unproductive exercise of endlessly debating the exit polls as agency after agency puts forward its version of 'who will be the next Indian PM'.
Despite the exuberance, expenditure, and all-encompassing nature of India's quinquennial
festival of democracy, voter participation remains a key concern.
According to the Global Media Monitoring Project, which produces a quinquennial
report on gender in the news, the representation of women in the media has changed little in the past two decades.
Asma Jahangir was announced as one of the four winners of the quinquennial
prize in October.
For net transactions, commodity-flow method, starting with manufacturers shipments from Census Bureau quinquennial
census, including an adjustment for exports and imports from Census Bureau foreign trade data.
The uber-biennial Documenta (a quinquennial
exhibition) is perhaps the art world's most explicit manifestation of soft power.
The Federal Reserve has used the quinquennial
survey data to benchmark the monthly sample data.
As the present elected government nears the end of its term, the usual quinquennial
quest for a neutral caretaker government to conduct fair polls for text elections, has started in right earnest.
Mrs Beth Clark says that their architect had recently been to carry out the Quinquennial
Inspection (five yearly) at St Michael's and he noticed that the door was catching on the floor tiles.