semi-monthly


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semi-monthly

adv
(Journalism & Publishing) US twice a month
n, pl -monthlies
(Journalism & Publishing) US and Canadian a publication that is issued twice a month
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) US and Canadian published twice a month
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The Company i) performs a rigorous inspection and reconditioning process on each vehicle, ii) offers transparent vehicle pricing with an option to separately purchase a 48 month/60,000 mile extended service contract, iii) provides financing that fits the customer's personal budget including bi-weekly, semi-monthly or monthly payment options to match the customer's payday cycle and iv) focuses on customer service at each stage of the process.
10 in the study, which analyzed factors such as semi-monthly paycheck amount, purchasing power, unemployment rate and income growth.
'Payment varies from monthly or semi-monthly for six months to one year, depending on the borrower's ability to pay,' Lopez said.
General fund revenues are distributed on an equal semi-monthly basis for the largest institutions, while other institutions receive distributions based on historical spending patterns.
Sierra Income Corporation has announced that its Board of Directors declared a series of semi-monthly distributions for October, November and December 2017 of USD 0.02667 per share, the company said.
SFTECHNOTES, now a semi-monthly blog at SFmagazine.com.
The $5,500 maximum contribution translates to $458.33 each month, $229.17 semi-monthly, or $211.54 every two weeks.
For semi-monthly updates, wavelengths covered, and other details, see Frohn's blog, also accessible via the online version of this graphic at https://is.gd/spacemissions2017.
She pointed out that the council holds weekly and semi-monthly meetings to discuss foreign trade issues and ways to address these obstacles.
In 1936 and 1937, the Mortgage Bankers Association of America (MBA) published its four-page MBA News Review, a semi-monthly publication that MBA, in the words of 1939 President S.M.
Plan X matches 100% of the annual amount deferred by a participant up to 6% of compensation paid semi-monthly.