biannual


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Synonyms for biannual

occurring or payable twice each year

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According to the index sponsor, Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking (NCIB), the IPD South Africa Biannual Property Indicator is the definitive standard for measuring property investment returns.
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.
aThe Commission presented its third Schengen 'health check', a biannual overview on the functioning of the Schengen area, on Monday.
com, a US-based travel company and a part of Expedia group, has announced the release of its biannual Hotel Price Index results.
In its biannual outlook, the BOJ is also expected to forecast the year-on-year rise in the consumer price index will remain below 1.
Around 1,099 companies from 38 countries join the Automechanika Istanbul, which is also a biannual fair.
Then twice a year there is biannual meeting with DG Punjab rangers.
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.
DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property," a biannual published since 1991, "Business & Commercial Law Journal," launched in 2002, "Health Law Journal," published three times a year since 2000, "Journal of Sports Law & Contemporary Problems," a biannual produced since 2003, and the school's flagship title, "DePaul Law Review," a biannual launched in 1951.
Speaking Saturday at a biannual gathering for the activists and residents involved in Los Angeles' municipal system of grass-roots democracy, the mayor said consulting the councils had worked well during the hiring of planning, transportation and harbor managers.
Last held in 2004, this biannual event attracted over 100 professionals working in the area of barrier coatings.
The "Journal of Global Ethics" is a biannual that is designed to provide a forum for the analysis of ethics and values and their relationship to globalization, international relations, politics and development and global justice.