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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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Bimonthly utility billing isn't uncommon among cities in the Pacific Northwest.
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A bimonthly magazine of critical inquiry and social concern.
Winners are chosen by the Isadora Duncan Awards Committee, a rotating group of twenty dancers, critics, choreographers, presenters, scholars and teachers who attend shows throughout the year and meet bimonthly to discuss performances and nominations.
If you're paid bimonthly, for example, you can set aside as little as $25 per paycheck, a process called dollar cost averaging.
The electronic newsletter will allow us to send members information of a more time-sensitive nature than has been possible with the magazine--and it will allow THE FUTURIST to return to bimonthly publication (six issues a year), effective with this issue.
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The committee should communicate bimonthly, or more often if necessary, to determine how the acquisition of new equipment affects its plans.
The loss of the sponsor, coupled with vanishing revenues, drove the magazine from a bimonthly to a quarterly, then out of business altogether.