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Living for two years, each biennial plant forms a rosette of leaves during the first year of life, and a 3- to 8-foot tall flower stalk with yellow flowers during its second and final year of life.

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Efforts to elect new LGBTQ members of Congress are underscored by the recent release of the Human Rights Campaign’s biennial congressional scorecard, for which a record number of 228 members of Congress earned a perfect “100” score.

Famous in history by the biennial meetings of the Blackmailers' Club.

Endive, en′div, n. an annual or biennial plant of the same genus as chicory, used as a salad.

In 1877 the constitution was amended by providing for biennial, instead of annual, sessions of the legislature.

In its natural state, this is a perennial plant; but, when cultivated, it is generally treated as an annual or as a biennial.

In South Carolina they are biennial—as is proposed in the federal government.

The Federalist PapersAlexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison

There is also a biennial conference of the evangelical churches held at Eisenach to discuss matters of general interest.

The annual and biennial kinds are sown in the open in spring.

The Ten-weeks and the biennial or Brompton Stocks, are found in nearly all old-fashioned gardens.

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