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  • Bimonthly injections of VEGF Trap-Eye, whose proposed brand name is Eylea, were shown to be as safe and effective as monthly Lucentis injections in studies performed by Regeneron.

    FDA Panel Backs Regeneron Eye Drug

  • Bimonthly bulletin published by the Federation of Jewish Communities of Yugoslavia,

    Yugoslavia.

  • Bimonthly, perhaps, with different menu-planners at each one using their creativity to feed the people who could really use it the most.

    Summer Borscht

  • A special double issue of the ARL Bimonthly Report, no. 252/253, focuses on the state of university publishing and the evolving role for research libraries in the delivery of publishing services.

    Highlights: New ARL Library Stats (Law, Health, Science) and Open Access Spec Kit « ResourceShelf

  • Trouble & Attitude (Bimonthly; 800-676-8533) Men's magazine formula by turns smart, snide and just shy of soft core.

    Cds To Read

  • Launch (Bimonthly; 800-95-LAUNCH) Ambitious and original, Launch's eclectic urban launchpad is lined with movie houses that screen films and "animation noir."

    Cds To Read

  • Blender (Bimonthly; 212-302-2626) A downtown hipster rag come to life with the frenetic edginess of Wired.

    Cds To Read

  • ORMAN: Bimonthly mortgages -- and, you know, Larry, we talked about this two weeks ago when I was here -- bimonthly mortgages are simply where you pay -- rather than paying a mortgage once a month, you pay your mortgage payment every two weeks.

    CNN Transcript Oct 4, 2007

  • I like that the owner continues to try new things, is open to new ideas, is even willing to try new recipes; he, too, reads Food Porn Bimonthly i.e., Cooks Illustrated.

    A Day's Work

  • I refer to the magazine as Food Porn Bimonthly, and looking at a couple of issues will explain why.

    Kitchen Aids

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