My glasses were on, and I even cleaned them! :-)
Both references give both definitions for biannual, i.e. From Merriam Webster:
Definition of biannual
1: occurring twice a year
2: biennial 1
With biennial meaning every two years.
> On Jun 10, 2018, at 12:36 PM, Mike Stirewalt via KRnet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Put your glasses on DJ . . . neither of those references state that
> bi-annual means anything other than "every two years."
> I've often caught myself using bi-annual instead of biennial but I'm
> responding because others will now think it's correct to use bi-annual
> instead of biennial since you've given references. Checking those
> references, I don't see that you are correct. If I'm wrong, apologies,
> but take another look.
> Dj said,
>> "However, biannual has two definitions, one is defined as twice per
> and the other is defined as every two years.
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