two-year


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Adj.1.two-year - having a life cycle lasting two seasonstwo-year - having a life cycle lasting two seasons; "a biennial life cycle"; "parsnips and carrots are biennial plants often grown as annuals"
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
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AP) -- Montana's university system has hired a marketing company in an attempt to attract and enroll more students in its two-year colleges.
The primary purpose of the study was to identify successful electronic and manufacturing engineering programs at two-year colleges that Northeast Community College (a pseudonym) programs can be benched marked against.
There are disadvantages to running a teaching corps like a two-year analyst program at McKinsey.
By the late '60s and early '70s, private two-year women's colleges were beginning to consider co-ed options.
Cassell agreed to a two-year, $13 million contract that will allow him to follow through with his plan to play two more NBAseasons, then start a coaching career.
Specifically, we share results of a longitudinal study of a two-year long professional development program grounded in constructivist principles of teacher leadership.
The maximum exclusion amount is $500,000 if(1) a husband and wife file a joint return for the tax year of the sale, (2) both spouses meet the two-year use test, (3) at least one of the spouses meets the two-year ownership test and (4) neither spouse used the Sec.
After the expiration of the two-year period beginning upon the effective date of this section, no State may require the approval, establishment or prior review of any rate charged for an insurance policy by an insurer," the bill says.
There is however, a discount offer for the second year in a two-year deal.
An initial analysis revealed that the two-year cumulative rate of infection with gonorrhea or chlamydia increased steadily from 29% among women with a low or moderate risk of substance abuse to 74% among those with an ultrahigh risk.
The second was to realign budgets and monitor operations on a two-year cycle that not only stabilized, but also replenished, depleted reserves.
Archbishop O'Brien, who served as vice president for the past two years, succeeds Bishop Jacques Berthelet, who has just completed his two-year term.