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tri·en·ni·um

 (trī-ĕn′ē-əm)
n. pl. tri·en·ni·ums or tri·en·ni·a (-ĕn′ē-ə)
A period of three years.

[Latin : tri-, tri- + annus, year; see at- in Indo-European roots.]
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triennium

(traɪˈɛnɪəm)
n, pl -niums or -nia (-nɪə)
a period or cycle of three years
[C19: from Latin, from tri- + annus a year]
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tri•en•ni•um

(traɪˈɛn i əm)

n., pl. -en•ni•ums, -en•ni•a (-ˈɛn i ə)
a period of three years.
[1840–50; < Latin, =trienn(is) pertaining to three years (tri- tri- + -ennis, adj. comb. form of annus year) + -ium -ium1]
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Triennium

 a period of three years, 1847.
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Translations

triennium

nZeitraum mvon drei Jahren
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In the triennium 1998-2000, the Postgraduate Program in Psychology of UFRGS earned a score of "five;" in the following period, it earned a score of "six;" and since the triennium 2004-2006, it has maintained a score of "seven," the maximum score of the CAPES evaluation.
The agenda covered reports of the officers of the EC for the 2014-2017 triennium. Then, the elections for the positions of President Elect, Secretaries for Education, Sections and Publications, and the Zone Representatives were conducted by electronic ballot.
The synod also passed a motion directing diocesan council to focus its energies over the next triennium on developing a mission plan for the diocese.
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The PUC has established specific energy savings targets for the first triennium of the EERS program, which are benchmarked against electricity and natural gas sales delivered in 2014.