Semimonthly


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Semimonthly

Describing a situation, event, statement, or anything else that occurs or is filed twice per month. For example, interest on a loan may be compounded semimonthly. See also: Annual, Quarterly.
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Your semimonthly paydays meet the basic requirements of this law, but it is up to your policy to fill in the specifics.
Since August of 2001, grab samples have been collected semimonthly from the Red River monitoring sites for water quality analysis using EPA-approved methods by EERC personnel.
The News-Telegraph, with 14,000 copies distributed semimonthly in St.
The next semimonthly issue of Metalworking Insiders' Report will contain a special report that exclusively details results of the unique study, conducted annually by Gardner Publications, Inc.
BLS hours and earnings series are subject to noneconomic calendar-related fluctuations caused by response error in semimonthly and monthly reports and the processing limitations of the payroll survey
Instead, answer potential clients' questions accurately and quickly, and ask if they would appreciate getting your semimonthly e-newsletter with helpful tips on investing and timely news on particular products (SEC and other regulatory agencies permitting).
Marvin Zonis is a professor at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago and the editor of International Political Economy, a semimonthly publication on global developments.
Semimonthly Evaluations: The production manager conducts semi-monthly evaluation sessions with people who report to him/her.
Since participants liked our semimonthly loan processing, it made sense to set all disbursements to the same cycle, so we now pay every 15 days instead of once a month.
The miners won an eight-hour work day, semimonthly pay, abolition of company stores, and biennial conferences.
A minor difficulty early in this section is a confusing discussion of the traditional term "progress report" versus the term "semimonthly report" used by the study organization.
In 1910 it became a semimonthly. Conde Nast bought it in 1909, and it absorbed <IR> VANITY FAIR </IR> in 1935.