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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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The study is expected to enroll up to 136 naive to treatment, pre-pubertal children with GHD and will include a 3:1 randomization of 3.5 mg/kg VRS-317 semi-monthly to daily rhGH at the highest approved dose on the labels of Genotropin(R) and Norditropin(R) 34 ug/kg/day.
EXHIBIT 2 Risks That Samples Will Fail to Detect Any Deviation, 25% Population Deviation Rates Population Sample Control Population Number of Low Risk oi High Risk of frequency size deviations sample failure sample failure size to size to detect detect Quarterly 4 1 2 50% 2 50% Monthly 12 3 2 55% 4 25% Semi-monthly 24 6 2 55% 8 17% Weekly 52 13 5 22% 9 6% AAG table 3.5 is also internally inconsistent because it does not provide the same level of assurance between population sizes.
The study has been reported in ACS' semi-monthly journal Environmental Science and Technology.
Allen, chief financial and operations officer for the Worcester public schools, points out that all full-year administrators in the school system are paid on a semi-monthly basis: twice per month, on the first and third Friday of each month.
"ABC and NMDP senior management meet at least semi-monthly to discuss common issues that will impact ABC members (e.g., sorting out the fundraising/co-branding issues, making members aware of NMDP findings on costs to efficiently run a donor program and internal benchmarks used by NMDP with their centers.)"
It was Halloween in nowheresville North Philly at Hollertronix, Diplo and Low Budget's semi-monthly dance party in a dank Ukranian banquet hall.
As for "speedy communications," in the era of storeships, mail steamers left monthly then semi-monthly, with a letter once taking six weeks now reduced to a month to the reach the East Coast.
For the most part, this may reflect the fact that many Americans who are paid on a semi-monthly or monthly basis -- like many who are paid weekly -- still live paycheck to paycheck.
HSN is a brief semi-monthly e-newsletter produced by the National Human Services Assembly, a nonprofit association of more than 70 of the leading national human services organizations.
Last year, we started semi-monthly WebEx conferences to educate potential franchise candidates and business brokers about the company.
Legal requirement: Every employer shall, at the time of hiring, notify employees in writing as to their rate of pay or salary, whether by day, week, biweekly, semi-monthly; or yearly, or commissions, as well as the day and place of payment and the specific methods used to determine wages due.
"The Grape Line" will be a semi-monthly publication delivered by email to growers, pest control advisors, and others involved in producing and marketing California table, wine and raisin grapes.