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Biannual

Twice each year. It is used in business in a variety of circumstances. For example, a board of directors may meet or the company may distribute dividends biannually. Biennial means the same thing. See also: Quarter.

biennial

Occurring every 2 years. Contrast with biannual, which means occurring twice a year. (It's important to know the difference if an adjustable-rate mortgage provides for rate changes biannually or biennially.)
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This is a very positive start to the biennium, but not surprising based on the very conservative forecast adopted by the 2019 Legislature, OMB Director Joe Morrissette said.
Walz now recommends spending $1.8 million over the biennium to hire six employees for a new corrections ombudsman's office.
This same proposal had been submitted during the 2011-2012 biennium, but no decision had been made.
In addition to the 26th Biennium Big Game Exhibit--the best of the best, award winners, and new World Records--there will be membership meetings, outfitter and guide booths, luncheons, the Trust Fund Golf Tournament, 2009 Conservation Auction, photo and art contest, the 26th Biennium Awards Banquet with featured guest entertainer Gary Morris, and much more.
He called for a 2 percent bump for kindergarten through 12th grade programs over the last biennium and a 9 percent jump for state universities.
New ARRT registrants who pass their initial certification exam begin their CE biennium on the first day of their next birth month and end two years later on the last day of the month preceding their birth month.
The LWVUS invites all members to join fellow Leaguers from 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Hong Kong to celebrate 86 remarkable years of League achievements and chart the course for the next biennium of League programs.
Statewide, the department is providing more than $19 million to local governments for the 2002-03 biennium.
And Wisconsin is struggling (as are Illinois, Indiana, and Minnesota, for example) with a large state structural budget deficit--that is, expenditures exceeding revenues--which we know will grow in the 2003-2005 biennium. In light of these trends, we have no reason to believe that we will receive a larger portion of our operating budget from state funding at any time in the future.
Midway through the first biennium, the administration would compare actual to projected revenues.
According to the LRAS-curve theory, the following is supposed to occur in the initial biennium:
For the 1996/97 biennium, funding was requested to continue these services and to expand TexShare to include a greater variety of electronic resources.