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biannual

bahy a nooh uhl

  • s  occurring or payable twice each year

  • In 1998 the fashion maverick stopped presenting biannual collections, instead choosing to create on her own schedule.
  • The 'Tough Guy Challenge', in Perton, UK, is a biannual race over a course of eight miles.
  • The world's food import bill will rise in 2007 to $745 billion, up 21% from last year, the FAO estimated in its biannual Food Outlook.
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  • Bryan Colangelo in SI.com
    We don't have a draft pick this year but we've go to get better somehow,Colangelo said. "We've talked about adding something with the mid-level exception, we talked about adding something with the biannual exception. We've looked about...
  • Judy Biggert in Chicago Tribune
    An important part of my job is communicating with residents - seeking their views and sharing my own,Biggert said in a statement released by her office. "A biannual newsletter is still one of the most effective ways of accomplishing that."
  • Keyon Dooling in The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
    I don't even know why they offered that biannual because I rejected it right away. I don't know if they were trying to devalue me or whatever the case may be, but that wasn't acceptable,Dooling told Florida Today. "It's ridiculous. That's...

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