bi-weekly


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Related to bi-weekly: fortnightly
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bi-weekly

[ˈbaɪˈwiːklɪ]
A. ADJ
1. (= fortnightly) → quincenal
2. (= twice weekly) → bisemanal
B. ADV
1. (= fortnightly) → quincenalmente
2. (= twice weekly) → bisemanalmente
C. N
1. (= fortnightly) → revista f quincenal
2. (= twice weekly) → revista f bisemanal

bi-weekly

(baiˈwiːkli) adjective, adverb
1. (happening etc) once every two weeks.
2. (happening etc) twice each week.
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s wholly owned subsidiary, Bausch + Lomb, a leading global eye health company, today announced the introduction of Bausch + Lomb AQUALOX contact lenses, the first new innovation in the bi-weekly contact lens category in half a decade, to the Japanese market.
The following data were collected bi-weekly at the vegetative stage: length of the longest vine number of leaves/plant number of leaves/vine length of 40 cm length of the central leaflet width of the central leaflet vine diameter marketable leaf yield by weight days to first male and female flowering while number weight length and circumference of fruits were measured at the end of the experiment.
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It will be published monthly and increase to bi-weekly frequency beginning early 2007.
Yamaha Corporation of America, Band & Orchestral (B&O) Division, has launched a bi-weekly updated podcast.
Groups of 20 to 30 people that include a range of ages and religious denominations gather on a bi-weekly basis to create the 10 cm-high angels, made of such simple materials as wood and scraps of fabric.
Established in 1983 by Dick Traum, The Achilles Track Club is an international, non-profit organization that encourages people with disabilities to take part in long-distance running with the public by offering bi-weekly training programs and local and national running events.
The bi-weekly Commonweal is edited by laymen but the weekly America is written and edited by New York Jesuits on behalf of North American Jesuits.
Sure, there were only a handful of titles like Platt's Oilgram Price Report which published daily for the people who "had to" know what the barrel price was in Addis Ababa yesterday, but given the publishing technologies of those days, a weekly and a bi-weekly could easily be a month or even six weeks ahead of the trade magazines with their advertising and production deadlines.