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bimonthly

adjective Referring to that which occurs:
(1) Every other month—bimestrial; or
(2) Twice/month—semi-monthly.
 
noun Any publication with a frequency of issues of 2/month.
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The bimonthly payment mortgages that I have seen amortize on a half-monthly basis.
Bimonthly utility billing isn't uncommon among cities in the Pacific Northwest.
Goldberg (Spanish Edition) (ISSN 1886-1903), published bimonthly by Goldberg Ediciones since 1997, has suspended publication.
BEIRUT: The June 30 bimonthly balance sheet of Lebanon's Central Bank show that total assets increased by 2.24 percent to $36.66 billion since June 15 and 19.6 percent from the start of the year.
We meet bimonthly at the Royal Warwicks Club in Tower Street, Coventry.
The Society also publishes Alternative and Complimentary Therapies, a bimonthly magazine covering issues pertaining to alternative and complimentary medicine.
Edited by Douglas Kenyon, the editor and publisher of the bimonthly journal "Atlantis Rising", Forbidden Religion: Suppressed Heresies of the West is an expose of hidden religions banned by the orthodox Church, from the time prior to Christ to the turbulent times of the Cathars and the Templars, to the Masons of the New World and much more.
Kim Werker is a web designer, writer, crocheter and the founder and publisher of Crochet Me, a bimonthly online magazine.
In Rome a cardinal is assigned to summarize the documentation and report to the full congregation, which has 35 members from around the world, although only those who live near Rome usually make the bimonthly meeting.
Bimonthly, they stage public auction for cars and recreational vehicles.
Earlier this year Ariad launched Marketing Sense, a free, bimonthly e-mail newsletter for financial advisors wanting real-life examples and solutions for the marketing issues they face every day.
AA is the bimonthly magazine of the Australian architects' institute.