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  • s  occurring every two weeks
  • r  every two weeks
    he visited his cousins fortnightly

  • Alison Goldfrapp has described her band's third album as a "place to take part in fortnightly disco sances.
  • The new fortnightly, which took a year to plan and staff, is edited and translated in New York, printed in Chicago.
  • Consider the Underground, a fortnightly indie-music night that takes place in venues across town, whose organizers have showcased more than 300 bands in its five years of existence.

  • Jenny Macklin in The Age
    Labor has repeatedly called on the government to make the baby bonus fortnightly for young mums,Ms Macklin said in a statement. "Only months after rejecting the same proposals by Labor, the Howard government has finally caught up."
  • Mariann Fischer Boel in
    Agriculture Commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel told the BBC: "Further quantities may be accepted with prices to be fixed through fortnightly tenders."
  • Caroline Spelman in Times Online
    Caroline Spelman, the shadow Communities Secretary, said: "A fourth-term Labour Government will make even further cuts by imposing fortnightly collections for all and hike bills even more through an intrusive council tax revaluation."

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