biweekly biweekly  /baɪ ˈwik li/


  1. (n) a periodical that is published twice a week or every two weeks (either 104 or 26 issues per year)
  2. (adj) occurring every two weeks
  3. (adj) occurring twice a week
  4. (adv) twice a week
  5. (adv) every two weeks



  1. Results of this first total rejection were published in Harper's Bookletter, a now defunct biweekly.
  2. The Advocate, a largely political biweekly tabloid for gays, has a nationwide circulation of 60,000, and the National Gay Task Force has a membership of 2,200.
  3. Attendees at the biweekly open-mike events in Philadelphia and Los Angeles offer feedback over booze and pizza, while simulcast viewers weigh in via Twitter.


  1. ANN ARBOR: CTN debuts new show

    Community Television Network summer interns are co-producing a biweekly series, “Touring Tree Town.”
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Ann Arbor Journal

  2. US Equity Advantage Memorial Day Promotion Raises $8,900 for Disabled Veterans and Oklahoma Disaster Victims

    (USEA) – a leading provider of biweekly and custom loan payment services to the automotive industry announced today that a Memorial Day promotion with its auto dealer clients raised $8,900. The funds will go directly to Feed the Children, to help the Oklahoma disaster victims, and also to The Wounded Warrior Project, to help injured servicemen and women. (PRWeb June 11, 2013) Read the full story ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  3. All News

    Bob Pandolfo's biweekly Sharp Horses and Track Trends report, which includes tracks such as Tioga Downs and Meadowlands.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Daily Racing Form


  1. "We are already creating reductions just by the fact that we are cutting into the deficit in our biweekly extenders," Paterson said, adding the union could just wait for the raises until the budget is passed. "Every time you ask for...
    on Apr 14, 2010 By: David Paterson Source: BusinessWeek

  2. "This is the public's money, this is information that in past economic downturns has been released by governors on a weekly, if not biweekly, basis," Kean said. "All we are asking the governor to do is to be transparent."
    on Jan 1, 2009 By: Thomas Kean Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

  3. TOMAS, Pangasinan-The government is undertaking an integrated "biweekly, bimonthly monitoring of the impact of the global economic crisis on the local economy to help the government keep the Philippines recession-free," President Arroyo said on...
    on Mar 24, 2009 By: President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Source: Business Mirror

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