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Synonyms for biweekly

a periodical that is published twice a week or every two weeks (either 104 or 26 issues per year)

occurring every two weeks

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occurring twice a week

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twice a week

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every two weeks

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Biweeklies amortize on a monthly basis, so there is no added benefit of biweekly amortization.
The EASI 75 rate at week 16 was 8.2% with placebo, 38.1% with monthly dupilumab, and 41.5% with biweekly dosing.
This analysis concluded that 10 mg/kg infused biweekly conferred a 30% slowing of decline on the Alzheimer's Disease Composite Score (ADCOMS), a new tool developed and promoted by Eisai, and a 47% slowing of decline on the Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-cognitive subscale (ADAS-Cog).
At the highest dose of BAN2401 (10 mg/kg biweekly), an analysis of amyloid accumulated in the brain using standardized PET as measured on the Centiloid scale showed an observed mean at baseline of 74.5 and at 18 months of 5.5.
The incidence rate of treatment-related adverse events was 26.5% for the placebo arm, 53.4% for the 10 mg/kg monthly treatment arm and 47.2% for the 10 mg/kg biweekly treatment arm.
To address such concerns, the bill allowed the department to temporarily revoke biweekly privileges if problems arise, and it passed in the House, 176-112, in March.
This biweekly period was chosen in order to avoid potential identification errors associated with eclipse and immature plumages (Wishart 1985).
Defense Market Intelligence notes a biweekly summary of global defense deals, deliveries and emerging requirements, organised by region.
"The profound changes in how people receive their information have had a great bearing on the effectiveness of a biweekly newspaper," he said.
Describing the public outcry as "overwhelming," some members of the Sacramento City Council expressed interest in returning the city to weekly recycling collection after just nine months of biweekly service.
The experiment included 12 treatments, which were the combinations of three NPK fertigation rates (60%, 80% and 100% of recommended; 250, 90, 250 kg N, P2O5, K2O ha-1, respectively) and four fertigation frequencies; one dose biweekly (six doses season-1), one dose weekly (12 doses season-1), two doses weekly (24 doses season-1) and three doses weekly (36 doses season-1).
Data sources include biweekly teacher logs, biweekly interviews, and biweekly classroom observations.
Summary: French airline carrier Aigle Azur is to start biweekly passenger flights between Paris and the Libyan capital of Tripoli in March, the company's president Arezki Idjerouidene told Reuters on Sunday.
The Cheers On-Premise Update is a free, biweekly enewsletter that delivers the latest on premise beverage news, products and recipes from the magazine.
More details to follow in our biweekly newsletters.