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Use "bimestrial" in a sentence
"(June, 1300), -- an office which the Florentines had made bimestrial in its tenure, in order apparently to secure at least six constitutional chances of revolution in the year."
"Help-online (i.e. videoconference) requests and payments are made at the beginning of the month on monthly (bimestrial, 3 -, 4 -, 6 -, 12-months) base."