thrice yearly

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  • The general assembly ought to have power to come together twice or thrice yearly, and, indeed, as often as they choose. Cited from Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1576-77 by Motley
  • Grass only three inches high is cut thrice yearly. Cited from Influences of Geographic Environment, by Ellen Churchill Semple
  • There is also a thrice-yearly newsletter sent to members only.
  • This is primarily achieved through events, a thrice yearly publication, Vision and the global network U8.
  • The station's thrice-yearly fund drives have a goal of one million dollars each as of 2013.
  • The society began publishing a thrice yearly house magazine, Woman Journalist, in 1910.
  • Ubique, the Society's thrice-yearly letter newsletter, serves as a vehicle for communication of Society news and events.
  • The original title resumed in 2007, appearing on a thrice-yearly schedule.
  • He also contributed regularly to the Chess Informant semi-annual (more recently, thrice-yearly) compilation of the world's most important chess games.
  • Had the Cup being held according to schedule, this would have been the seventh or eighth edition, as the Wantok Cup was supposed to be held thrice yearly.
  • Since 1983 ILTK has published an Italian-language newsletter -- now a thrice-yearly magazine -- entitled Siddhi.
  • The official publication, Luchnokaia, was published thrice yearly.
  • The orchestra assembles thrice-yearly during school holidays, at New Year, Easter and Summer for two-week residential courses, coached by tutors.
  • This effectively abolished the absolutist Anglo-Norman monarchy, giving power to a council of fifteen barons, and providing for a thrice-yearly meeting of parliament to monitor their performance.
  • The twice or thrice yearly international CSSO meetings always provided an opportunity to raise the awareness of Solidarity cause in the local media, which also would raise the visibility of the host CSSO organization.
  • Twice or thrice yearly C25 would send in a little story, baldly told but most interesting, and generally - it was checked by the statements of R17 and M4 - quite true. Cited from Kim, by Rudyard Kipling
  • Alternative book publisher New Paradigm Books recently stated that Paranoia is "an original and provocative thrice-yearly magazine, with an occasional compelling focus on women writers."
  • The trust works in conjunction with the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, and jointly produces a thrice yearly magazine called Wild Cornwall & Wild Scilly.
  • The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN; producers of the long-running syndicated program The 700 Club) stages a modified form of a telethon thrice yearly, which runs for approximately one week but is shown for only an hour or so each day.
  • Alongside these two programs, arts opportunities include the full scale, thrice-yearly performed theater productions, as well as Arch Dance Company, theater groups Players and The Dramatic Association, Elements of Sound vocal ensemble, chamber wind ensembles, and AP art courses.
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