Definition: every two years
Definition: every two years
Sentences Containing 'biennial'
Yacht races such as the biennial Marblehead to Halifax Ocean Race and the Route Halifax Saint-Pierre Ocean Race (Halifax to St.
The school has annual (often biennial) educational/recreational trips to Florida, New York Washington, D.C., Austria, Switzerland, Spain, France, Russia and Germany.
It was the eight edition of the biennial championships, and featured competition in swimming, open water swimming and synchronized swimming.
The library assessment community holds two biennial conferences: the "Library Assessment Conference (LAC)" in USA and the "Northumbria Performance Measurement Conference" which is generally held in Europe.
The Seattle Poetry Festival is a biennial poetry festival that (launched first as the Poetry Circus in 1997) has featured local, regional, national, and international names in poetry.
The Association’s Call to Congress is a biennial event.
She participated in the 9th International Istanbul Biennial in 2005, a solo exhibition at the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in 2006 and at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in 2009.
The biennial Hans Christian Andersen Award conferred by the International Board on Books for Young People is the highest recognition available to a writer or illustrator of children's books.
He has had recent retrospective shows in Turin, Italy, and an important presentation of his work in "Adhocracy" show, during the first Istanbul Design Biennial. Quotes.
The same year he moved, he also had his first solo exhibition, in Zurich, Switzerland, and participated in the Atlanta Biennial, at Nexus Contemporary Art Center.
After gaining considerable exposure participating in the 2008 Whitney Biennial, his photographs have been acquired by several modern art museums, including: References.
The building has hosted several events as part of the Liverpool Biennial art festival. See also.
This edition of the biennial competition was organised by the European governing body for amateur boxing, EABA.
At the age of twenty-two, Plavcan received the Clark Award at the Corcoran Biennial in Washington, D.C. for his painting "Mechanic Street, New Hope, Pennsylvania".
She sent her paintings to the São Paulo Art Biennial in 1951 and 1957, and participated in 1952's Venice Biennale.
It is a herbaceous biennial plant that grows between tall, with a smooth green stem, usually spotted or streaked with red or purple on the lower half of the stem.
In "Pathfinder", included in the 1993 Whitney Biennial (1992–93, oil on linen), Cain merged the front fender and headlights of a black SUV with the rear third of the vehicle.
The Guangzhou Biennial: Oil Paintings from the 90s Guangzhou, China; Documents of China Contemporary Art Show Travelling exhibition in Beijing, Guangzhou, Chongqing, Shenyang, Shanghai, Nanjing.
Chinese Contemporary Art at São Paulo 22nd International Biennial of São Paulo, Brazil.
In 2005, the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics honored him with the biennial Derek J. de Solla Price Memorial Medal for contributions to the quantitative study of science.
16 for Competing Globally Simon was ranked among the top 30 US business schools in 9 out of 13 surveys since this biennial ranking was established in 1986.
In 1995, she was appointed to the prestigious Joint Finance Committee, a 16-member committee responsible for drafting the state’s biennial budget.
Some females that were on a biennial breeding cycle carried on growing rapidly for a longer time.
In 2008 he had works exhibited at the New Orleans Biennial, the Walker Arts Center, and the Liverpool Biennial at the Tate Liverpool.
The Following year he won an Award of Merit, for his piece Tree of Life at the Sevier County Biennial Exhibition at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.
Periferic Biennial. Periferic is an international biennial of contemporary art organized in Iași, Romania by the Vector Association.
In 2013 Petra Feriancova represents Czech and Slovak Republic at 55th Venice Biennial with the project "Still the Same Place".
Ultimate power in the NWU rests in the biennial Delegate Assembly (DA), subject to the provisions of the UAW's constitution.
On 1970 he participated at the first San Juan's Bienal del Grabado Latinoamericano (Biennial of Latin- American Engraving) at the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, Puerto Rico and in 1979 in the Third Bienal Internacional del Deporte en las Bellas Artes (Biennial of Sport in Fine Arts) in Barcelona, Spain.
The IHSS convenes biennial international conferences, which bring together scientists from the soil, coal, freshwater, and marine sciences.
He continued his studies of literature in Madrid and worked on the First Biennial Latin-American Art Festival. Career.
Officially the Juniors and Youngsters Pairs Championships (jointly, Youth Pairs) are biennial in odd years, although there are parallel contests in some even years.
Odd-year teams events are distinct from the older series of teams championships (now biennial in even years) and even-year pairs events are distinct from the older series of pairs championships (now biennial in odd years).
Subsequently he published, on an almost biennial basis, anthologies of mainly sacred compositions (Masses, psalms and motets), but also including secular works.
The Unholy Alliance Tour is a biennial heavy metal concert tour of Europe and North America, with the tag-line "Preaching to the Perverted".
FISU sanctions other competitions open to university students, such as the biennial World University Bridge Championships in contract bridge, "played under the auspices of the FISU".
From 1940 he participated at many national and international exhibitions: the Venice Biennial (1950, 1956, 1964), the Mediterranean Biennial in Alexandria (1956, 1969), the Milan Triennale (1957), Documenta in Kassel (1959), the Rijeka Salon (1959, 1961).
He is currently Artistic Director of the 1st Kiev International Biennial of Contemporary Art entitles 'The Best of Times, The Worst of Times.
The European Mediation Congress – a biennial conference event always held in London, last held in 2007.
The Excellence in ADR Awards – another biennial event - a 20th Anniversary Awards will be held in 2010.
The Mediator Audit – again biennial, previously to coincided with the Congress and gauges the quantity and quality of mediations in the UK over the previous two years.
In 2004, during the Liverpool Biennial, his work was included in The Stuckists Punk Victorian show at the Walker Art Gallery.
From 1993 to 1999, he curated the pavilion of Austria on the Venice Biennial. In the same period, from 1993 to 1999, he worked as chief curator at the "Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum" in Graz, Austria.
The San Marino national baseball team is the national baseball team of San Marino. The team competes in the biennial European Baseball Championship.
This would be the year 36 if the biennial dating system was used.
If Pepi I was using a biennial counting system during his reign, these "heb sed" inscriptions should have been dated to the Year after the 15th Count instead.
The FIBA EuroBasket 2009 was the 36th FIBA EuroBasket, the biennial regional basketball championship contested by European nations and held by FIBA Europe.
It is a shrub growing to 3 m tall, with perennial, not biennial stems (unlike many other species in the genus).
As an encouragement for the continued commitment of those who have stayed crime- and drug-free, ex-offenders receive tokens of commendation at the biennial event.
The biennial event consisted of the golf tournament and an appreciation dinner for participants of the tournament, donors and sponsors of the Yellow Ribbon Fund.
More Vocab Wordsloom - appear or take shape (usually in an enlarged, indistinct, or distorted form); Ex. The shadow of the gallows loomed threateningly. N: apparatus for making thread into cloth
truism - self-evident truth
agitate - stir up; disturb
homeostasis - tendency of a system or organism to maintain relative stability or internal equilibrium; CF. homeo-: constant; Ex. homeotherm
abysmal - bottomless
slavish - of or like a slave; servile; showing no originality; copied very closely; Ex. slavish devotion/copy of the original
unison - unity of pitch (in musical performance); complete accord; Ex. The choir sang in unison.
poise - good judgment with composure; balance; V: place in a carefully balanced position
gloss - brief explanation note or translation of a difficult expression; V.
laborious - demanding much work or care; tedious