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Synonyms for biannual

occurring or payable twice each year

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8 ( ANI ): A delegation of Pakistan Rangers led by Director General (Sindh Rangers) Major General Muhammad Saeed reached New Delhi for 44th Biannual DG-level talks on Wednesday.
Regarding mechanism devised by the government to ensure proper implementation of said guidelines, with reference to forests, the sources said biannual inter-ministerial and inter-provincial meetings chalk out mechanism for proper implementation of countrywide tree planting campaigns.
North York Moors AC are holding their biannual 4x1-mile relay event at Stewart Park on Thursday, August 27.
Looking back, student Paige Donnell expressed her desire for an annual, instead of biannual, event.
Page 46 in PS 734 (Jan 14) said that the HIMARS shock absorbers should be replaced as part of the biannual services.
aThe Commission presented its third Schengen 'health check', a biannual overview on the functioning of the Schengen area, on Monday.
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Both revisions would appear in the BOJ's biannual economic outlook to be adopted at its Policy Board meeting on Oct.
The Bar's 2010 biannual package of rule amendments have been approved by the Florida Supreme Court.
A biannual fair, the Petroleum Istanbul was the host for 32,514 visitors from 102 countries.
A biannual fair , the Petroleum Istanbul was the host for 32,514 visitors from 102 countries.
The Board of Medicine biannual licensure fee will increase from $300 to $400 effective this June.
A POLICE force said that it complained to Royal Mail after BNP leaflets were distributed to homes along with its biannual newsletter.
This report fulfills the biannual Congressional reporting requirement in section 804 of the John Warner National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007, P.
Bridges: Jewish Feminist Journal: With essays, fiction, poetry, art and reviews on topics of interest to activists, Jews, feminists and queers--including celebrated translations of Latino, Spanish and Yiddish lit--this biannual journal is one of the most diverse offerings available in women's studies.