biennially : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r every two years
this festival takes places biennially
- Played biennially since 1924 in alternate countries by picked teams of amateurs.
- By vote of his peers two years ago, he won the John Bates Clark Award, given biennially to the nation's most distinguished economist under 40.
- General Mills has a traveling panel of 35 executives who visit stockholders in eight cities biennially, answering questions, explaining company projects with charts and movies.
News & Articles
- Texas Government: Hey, Big Spender
A fact about Texas politics that outsiders are often surprised to learn is that its legislature convenes only biennially. Meeting for a few months every other spring is among the reasons why the Texas economy has performed so beautifully through the Great Recession and its aftermath. To put it bluntly, by restricting the very ability of its lawmakers to convene, the Texas Constitution helped ...
Aug. 20, 2013 - Forbes