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"They held biannual conferences; every other year." This implies that they hold 2 conferences in one year (biannual) and then the next year they don't but the year after that they hold 2 conferences again. Is that what you intended with this statement? If so, it's a very confusing statement to introduce a reader to the difference between biannual and biennial. I believe you intended "biennial conferences" instead. 

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