biennial

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Synonyms for biennial

(botany) a plant having a life cycle that normally takes two seasons from germination to death to complete

having a life cycle lasting two seasons

occurring every second year

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The deadline for submitting papers to the UN SCE TDG for the second meeting of the biennium in December 2013 was August 30, 2013.
The governor has recommended a budget for the 2013-2015 biennium that is supported by a forecast of $15.
Oil production revenue is projected to increase by an additional $400 million for the 2012-13 biennium.
Notable among the new services to members MTNA has established during the biennium is the insurance and financial planning program offered to the membership through The Robert H.
State spending and state resources must be brought into line, and not just in the next biennium.
Non-voting members can share the excitement as the Convention delegate body debates and adopts the 2004-2006 National Program, the LWVUS Budget for the next fiscal year and amendments to the Bylaws, and elects National Board members and directors for the next biennium.
The obvious course of action would have been to postpone a final decision about the 2010-11 budget until the Legislature reconvenes next February, by which time the outlook for the second year of the biennium will be more clear.
While results for the fiscal year which ended June 30 are not yet reported, the economic and revenue forecast prepared in June indicates that budgetary operations for the biennium are on track.
As a result of these actions, inclusive of monies available in the state's emergency fund, rainy day fund, and Education Stability Fund, the state currently projects ending the 2011-2013 biennium with approximately $276 million in reserves which total about 2% of biennial general fund revenues.
All of the uncertainty lies in the second year of the biennium.
Although the adopted 1993-95 biennium budget provides fully for the required shift of school funding to the state and projects an ample general fund surplus (equal to 5.
This is Oregon's second external borrowing during the 2011-2013 biennium and the 10th since fiscal 2002.
Next month Oregonians will receive their largest kicker rebates ever for the 2005-07 biennium - 18.
For the recently completed 2009 - 2011 biennium, PIT revenues, adjusted for kicker payments remitted and reflecting a tax increase upheld by voters in January 2010, were 3.
While we're grateful for having more funding, over the entire biennium it's not going to keep us up with our current service level," said Marie Matsen, LCC's vice president for operations.