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- adv. Twice per year.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Twice a year.
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- adv. twice a year
The Jerusalem Prize, Israel's most prestigious award for foreign writers, is awarded biannually.
The new recommendation also promotes testing biannually instead of annually for women under thirty.
A favorite in our household because of the large size and taste, we concentrate our picking efforts biannually on these trees when blessed with a crop.
Tributes were required annually, biannually, or triannually, as determined by the distance to Beijing.
He has been a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the MacDowell Colony, and was the winner of the 1998 Jenny McKean Moore Residency Fellowship awarded biannually by George Washington University.
If so, I'd like to start with "bimonthly" (or biweekly, or biannually).
One 2GB and one 4GB are all i need, along side my third option of archiving all my music nd photos to cd/dvd's biannually.
Self Service is produced biannually, and the next issue, which I did not work on, will come out in October.
Another coveted award is the Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty, conveyed biannually semi-annually by the Cato Institute, which carries a stipend of $500,000.
The £60,000 just over $100,000 prize, awarded biannually, is a spin-off of the Man Booker Prize, the well-known annual award given to a writer within the British Commonwealth.
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