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termly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: College, School
termlyterm‧ly /ˈtɜːmli $ ˈtɜːr-/ adjective British English 🔊 🔊 SECSEShappening each term (=one of the three periods in the school or university year) 🔊 Students can pay fees in termly instalments.
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termlyThe Network is already 200-strong and is producing termly actions, information and newsletters.This became a record of termly discussion signed by both parties.In addition, an updated record is provided for each student following the termly examination committees, showing the student's results.Arrangements exist to enable self-funding students attending the University for the full session to pay their fees in termly instalments.Self-funding students attending the University for the full session are permitted to pay their fees in termly instalments.Students are allocated accommodation on a yearly basis, though payment is by termly instalments.
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