quadrennium

NOUN
  1. a period of four years
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How To Use quadrennium In A Sentence

  • The new quadrennium, with its countdown to Beijing, has already begun.
  • She has the knowledge that she's been to the biggest event of the quadrennium, and has made a final.
  • Camelia was a solid performer for Romania, present at nearly all major events during the 1985-1988 quadrennium.
  • It was a good marker for us to see where our juniors are at this point in the quadrennium.
  • Elections were held to determine the makeup of the Executive and Technical Committees for the next quadrennium.
  • A quadrennium later, they're storming toward that anticipated status.
  • It's a fact that, for 1,444 days in the quadrennium, everybody looks at the Olympic Games with doubt, cynicism, resignation, lofty amusement and mild despair. Times, Sunday Times
  • That's why, every four years, give or take the odd quadrennium when England fail to make the finals, the nation puts itself through hell. Times, Sunday Times
  • The USOC is currently in the 2001-2004 quadrennium.
  • Set goals and objectives for each committee that are in line with the Strategic Game Plan for the quadrennium.
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