from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Happening every two weeks.
- adj. Happening twice a week; semiweekly.
- n. A publication issued every two weeks.
- adv. Every two weeks.
- adv. Twice a week; semiweekly. See Usage Note at bi-1.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Occurring once every two weeks.
- adj. Occurring twice a week (but see the Usage notes).
- adv. Every two weeks.
- adv. Twice a week (but see the Usage notes).
- n. Something that is published or released once every two weeks.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Occurring or appearing once every two weeks; fortnightly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Occurring or appearing every two weeks: as, a biweekly magazine.
- n. A periodical issued once every two weeks; a fortnightly publication.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. occurring twice a week
- adv. twice a week
- adj. occurring every two weeks
- adv. every two weeks
- n. a periodical that is published twice a week or every two weeks (either 104 or 26 issues per year)
The fellow participates in biweekly case conferences of children seen at the PCA.
For the 2010-2011 year, fellows will receive a stipend of $37,368 (consistent with NIH guidelines), distributed evenly across the year in biweekly checks.
I’ve been participating in biweekly Calagator code sprints (we’re hoping to have our 1.0 release in just a couple weeks).
The secret is a really simple tool called the biweekly mortgage.
This 26-issue miniseries -- initially described as biweekly, now revised to "twice a month," which provides a little more wiggle room -- looks like it's going to be another attempt at the "spine of the line" premise first attempted with Countdown; a lot of DC series will be spinning out of or directly tied into it.
There are only two newspapers a week (thus the reason it's called a biweekly) and we start thinking of conspiracies.
The other half received standard primary care, and they were called biweekly to ensure their safety and provide support if needed.
McKinney says he has “tried to get some Spanish-speaking friends to join the council,” referring to the biweekly Knights of Columbus meetings at the parish, but he hasn’t had success.
In those five papers, we only had to change one word ( "biweekly" to "twice a week") in one of the manuscripts.
Inside the security checkpoints, it's the same as any other Army post anywhere in the world: eggshell-thin walls between quarters; commissary parking lots clogged with cars on the biweekly paydays; women and children left behind, waiting.
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