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  • adv. Taking place every two years

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. Once in two years.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Once in two years; at the return of two years.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. every two years


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biennial +‎ -ly


  • The prize, given biennially, is for the 2008 award.

    Nominations for the Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Poetry Prize

  • The state has a budgetary shortfall of $3 billion over the past two years Wisconsin budgets biennially.

    Franklin Schargel: Scapegoating Educators

  • We are going to start it biennially for six years and then we'll try and make it as a yearly event.

    Australian World Orchestra

  • Officially titled "CDC Health Information for International Travel," the book—with a distinctive bright yellow cover—is published biennially, and the 2012 edition is now available.

    The Best In…

  • There, after 10 years in subsidised public rental housing, households are required to declare household income biennially and rental levels can be adjusted up to market levels.

    Council housing can bind communities

  • The $250,000 award is given biennially by the New York-based Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation.

    Chemical Engineer Honored by Foundation

  • The festival takes place biennially at the site that is sacred to the aboriginal community in Cape York peninsula, which is surrounded by some of the oldest rock art in the world.

    Asia in Pictures

  • The Wharton-Jacobs Levy Prize for Quantitative Financial Innovation, endowed with a $2 million gift, will be awarded biennially to an individual or team with a published article that advances the field of quantitative financial analysis and asset management.

    Research Center, Prize to Foster Financial Analysis

  • The drop-off in attendance has been greatest among whites, according to the General Social Survey, conducted biennially by the National Opinion Research Center.

    The Generation That Can't Move On Up

  • The celebrities and politicians who gather biennially for this event are here to reaffirm that far too many have died of AIDS, far too many are continuing to die from AIDS, and we have the knowledge and resources to end this epidemic if we can muster the political will.

    Joe Amon: HIV and Human Rights: Here and Now?


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