monthly

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  • They answer to the city council or police chief via monthly activity reports.
  • The government also decided to pay to families with monthly income or less.
  • The stories are set throughout history, but two take place after the final events of the monthly series.
  • Some clubs meet monthly, some meet twice a month, and some meet weekly.
  • When received, the pressure must be released and repeated monthly until finished.
  • A Friends Group was formed to support monthly open days and events at the hall.
  • The magazine has won more National Magazine Awards than any other monthly magazine.
  • Average monthly temperatures range at sea level between about during the summer and about during the winter.
  • It has been noted that the average monthly pack size was between three and twelve members.
  • It has achieved this goal and to date it has grown monthly.
  • Later on, this monthly became a weekly and continued for three years.
  • Play by Play is a monthly publication dedicated to local and regional sports.
  • Philip kept his eye on the monthlies, and a few weeks later it appeared. Cited from Of Human Bondage, by W. Somerset Maugham
  • New African is an English-language monthly news magazine based in London.
  • Unless passengers hold a monthly or day pass, there is an additional charge for this service.
  • The library also has a Friends of the Library organization which meets monthly.
  • However, average monthly temperatures remain above over most of the country for eight or more months of the year.
  • There is an active senior citizens group that meets monthly for activities.
  • T-Mobile offers both pay-as-you-go and pay-monthly contract phones.
  • This application is then reviewed by the Board at its regular monthly meeting.
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Words starting with monthly

Meaning of monthly

  • noun A periodical that is published every month (or 12 issues per year)
  • adverb Occurring once a month
    they meet monthly