- 1 [attributive] Done, produced, or occurring once every quarter of a year: a quarterly newsletter is distributed to membersMore example sentences
- The Midland Health Board has launched a quarterly newsletter to keep foster carers informed on issues, events and developments relevant to fostering.
- SGI hopes the move will cut $100 million off its quarterly operating expenses bill once its forks out $20 million in redundancy payments.
- This year, as last, council has moved to making splitting up the bill into four quarterly payments.
- 2 Heraldry (Of a shield or charge) divided into four (or occasionally more) subdivisions by vertical and horizontal lines.More example sentences
- From what can be seen of the original engraving, it is clear that at least two of the shields on each dish were engraved with the same quarterly arms.
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- 1Once every quarter of a year: interest is paid quarterlyMore example sentences
- For example, the national conference passed a resolution directing state councils that they can only meet quarterly.
- K-GLEN representatives from every region of the country meet quarterly to advise the hotel group on serving the interests and needs of the gay and lesbian community.
- Each employee sets goals quarterly and receives four performance reviews a year.
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- A magazine or journal that is published four times a year.More example sentences
- In 1904 it displayed 20 daily newspapers, 80 weeklies, 63 monthly magazines and two quarterlies.
- As far as the quarterlies go, the magazines share many of the same writers and the monthly and irregular journals feature unknowns alongside guest appearances by well known writers.
- Most major cities have daily and weekly newspapers; in all, there are 20 dailies, 35 weeklies, 33 fortnightlies, 152 monthlies, and 111 quarterlies.
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