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monthly

adverb Once a month.

noun A periodical with a publication frequency of 12 times/year corresponding to the 12 months of the year.
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Darbepoetin alpha - a drug under the skin - the need for monthly
The $1,200 income produced by forty lessons during the year can produce a monthly income of $100 per student during all twelve months of the year.
One illustration of such mixing and matching would be for a teacher to receive set monthly tuition payments September through June, followed by a payment in July for summer camps or a required number of summer lessons, followed by a payment in August for an annual fee, such as a workstation or studio fee.
If you can afford higher monthly payments but still like the security of a fixed rate, consider a 15-year fixed-rate mortgage, which lets you own your home in half the time - perhaps before your children start college or you reach retirement.
The ruling concluded that the first two taxpayers did not violate the LIFO conformity requirements in their statements to the credit subsidiary, because they had used LIFO in inventorying goods to determine their net income for the monthly and year-to-date amounts for the December income statements.
1983-1992 - EIA, Electric Power Monthly, March 1994, Table 4, and (for geothermal energy and other) EIA, Form EIA-759, "Monthly Power Plant Report.
These were the boxes that succinctly explained the Monthly to be a product of Washington Monthly Co.
This information is updated monthly to include those funds participating in interest rate swap transactions.
Concerned United Birth (CUB) Parents/Adoptees: search and support group, meets monthly, (213) 960-8968.
The Monthly, often laments that the backbreaking, dangerous, soul-draining jobs in heavy industrial production are being replaced by highly paid white-collar desk jobs.
Community: The Monthly has looked to public schools, the >;military, and national service as ways of bringing diverse classes together to the benefit of us all.
All through the Nixon years, the Monthly maintained a certain disdainful distance, as if the Republicans' handiwork was too ephemeral to be taken seriously.