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annual

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annually

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a reference book that is published regularly once every year

occurring or payable every year

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without missing a year

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Housing starts in Japan rose 1.7 percent in fiscal 2004 from the previous year to 1,193,038 units for the second straight yearly increase, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said Thursday.
Video equipment shipments, including TVs and DVD recorder players, expanded 17.9 percent to 1,513.3 billion yen in 2004, marking the fifth straight yearly rise.
Context is also lacking in his September 3 column, where he noted, "The federal system uses a single yearly proficiency goal--for North Carolina, 68 percent of students reading on grade level this year--and requires all schools to make that number." In fact, the "safe harbor" provisions in NCLB mean that all schools do not have to meet fixed targets across the board each year, but only make some improvement in order to make adequate yearly progress.
In British Columbia children five years or under with a diagnosis of autism might be eligible for services, and intensive therapy is provided for 75 children at a yearly cost of $50,000 per child.
Young explains that in many cases where districts are making AYP it metals more students are encouraged to take the yearly tests to determine AYP and/or more states are using confidence intervals, or a margin of error, so that students near the proficiency cusp are considered proficient.
Housing starts: Number: 1,820; Monthly % Change: -3.8%; Yearly % Change: 11.7%
This can translate into a yearly salary of about $150,000 or more.
THE Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says the twice- yearly plate change is a winner.
All of these studies encouraged "strict adherence to yearly examinations including Paps".
The enrollment fee increases in yearly increments for each benefit plan, in accord with the applicant's age; after joining, all members pay $280 per month, regardless of their age and which benefit plan they have chosen.
A study of earthquakes in California and neighboring states indicates that fault activity in the last 5 years has followed a yearly pattern.
And since amounts of radiation exposure are cumulative, the earlier a woman begins yearly screening, the greater her lifetime dose will be.
The Service determined their tip income indirectly under the following method: (1) total sales of food and beverages for the restaurant were reduced by 10% to account for low or nontippers and for sharing tips with captains md banquets; (2) the resultant figure was divided by the total number of hours worked by all waitresses during the year to determine a sales-per-waitress-hour average; (3) this average was multiplied by the number of hours in each year that each waitress worked to determine the yearly sales of each waitress; and (4) the yearly sales of each waitress were multiplied by 12% to determine the yearly tip income of each waitress.
Treat 30,000 acres yearly with no strategic selection; 2.
* A yearly digital rectal exam (for prostate and rectal cancer).