Biweekly


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Biweekly

Describing anything that occurs every two weeks, such as a payment. Biweekly payments differ from other payments that occur once per month. See also: Biweekly loan, Biweekly mortgage.
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The biweekly is only one of many ways that borrowers can budget extra payments.
Simpson reported that baseline peak pruritus Numeric Rating Scale scores dropped by 19% with placebo at 16 weeks, compared with reductions of 45.5% and 47.9% with monthly and biweekly dupilumab, respectively.
Patients who received treatment with BAN2401 were randomized to five dose regimens, 2.5 mg/kg biweekly (52 patients), 5 mg/kg monthly (51 patients), 5 mg/kg biweekly (92 patients), 10 mg/kg monthly (253 patients), or and 10 mg/kg biweekly (161 patients).
Jeb Bradley, R-Wolfeboro, that would have toughened workers' protections a bit more, leaving the biweekly ban in place indefinitely until the Labor Department rectifies any deficiency and determines that the employer is capable of meeting all obligations to employees.
We quantified numbers of each wigeon species biweekly, and by management unit, as the average number of wigeon per transect (AMWI) or per unit census (EUWI).
The Catholic Universe Bulletin began in 1874 as a weekly newspaper, converting to biweekly publication in 1982.
After six years of weekly collection, the city shifted to biweekly service in July 2013 to cut costs.
The increases of the fruit yield ha-1, and fruits number characters were 278.4% and 146.7% of three doses weekly (36 doses season-1), orderly as compared with one dose biweekly (six doses season-1).
Currently, firearm and ammunition manufacturers must pay the FAET biweekly. Companies in other industries pay the tax quarterly.
And now that Barack Obama is finally preparing to make the first of his many promised changes by taking the oath of office, we'd like to unveil a big change of our own: After nearly four decades as a biweekly magazine, we're going monthly.
The women were randomly assigned to three different extended-care programs consisting of 26 biweekly sessions for one year; 72 participants received telephone counselling, 83 received face-to-face counselling and 79 received biweekly newsletters containing weight loss maintenance tips.
The Group produces five newsletters including: "The Tarifica Alert," a weekly subscription service that covers the latest competitive tariff prices worldwide; "TelecomWeb news break," a daily free update of developments in the global telecom arena; "Broadband Business Forecast," a weekly that covers developments relevant to broadband networking; "Wireless Business Forecast," a biweekly source of information on mobile voice and data applications; and, "Telecom Policy Report," a biweekly that covers new legislation and regulatory developments worldwide.