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biannual in Chronology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbiannualbi‧an‧nu‧al /baɪˈænjuəl/ adjective  TMCTWOhappening twice each year a biannual reportannual, biennial
Examples from the Corpus
biannualIt is for the benefit of the inspectors who come up from Paris for the biannual audits.An independent data and safety monitoring board compared the frequency of all adverse events in the two groups during three biannual meetings.In late spring, Jody flies to San Francisco for the biannual Pac-10 coaches meeting.