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per annum

adjective Annually; generally used to indicate a salary.
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PS165,000 for the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, which will enable the conversion of every fire station to LED lighting, with expected savings of PS55,000 per annum.
What this means in practice is that to preserve the status quo, contributions to pension funds need to increase on average by pounds 300 per annum per pension fund member as from 1997.
Lot 3 East Kent (Core Waste 27 000 tonnes per annum, Additional Waste up to 27 000 tonnes per annum);
Unit 4, at pounds 7,000 per annum exclusive, has two offices, toilet facilities and a mezzanine deck in two parts.
10% per annum as well as discounted multi-asset funds from its sister company Architas (starting at 0.
Until the Class A percentage equals 100 percent, interest at a per annum rate of 7 percent on the Class A-Z principal balance will accrue but will not be paid, and the amount so accrued will be added onto the principal balance of the Class A-Z Certificates.
Interest will be paid at 10% per annum, and Chartwell will also receive a development fee of $700,000, a financing fee of $171,000, and a management fee of 4% of revenues until the facility is acquired by the REIT, estimated in the summer of 2009.
This is for increasing the capacity of the plant by another 10 million tonne per annum.
and CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- The third graph, first sentence should read: "Africa has one of the fastest growing mobile markets on the planet, with a rate of 50 percent per annum and with 700,000 new subscribers each week," (sted "Africa has one of the fastest growing mobile markets on the planet, with a rate of 50 percent per annum and with 700 new subscribers each week,").
35 lakh per annum to 10,000 lakh per annum, and capsules from 1,569.
The REIT will receive interest at 10% per annum, as well as development fees of $300,000 and annual management fees of 4% of gross revenues on opening of the facility.