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year

(yēr),
An approximately 365-day period, the time the earth takes to revolve around the sun.
[O.E. gēar ]
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Which giant planet takes around 165 earth years to orbit the sun?
Apartheid, partition and segregation were supposedly wiped out from the face of the earth years ago -- yet we see their ugly face in Turkey which, ever since 1974, has been aiming to legalise its invasion and occupation of one third of the Republic of Cyprus," according to the press release.
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The mysterious planet's orbit could take anywhere between 10,000 and 20,000 Earth years, according to researchers.
A horde of satellites orbit Neptune (right) in an illustration based on Hubble Space Telescope images taken one Neptune year (164 Earth years) after the planet's discovery.
In the study, the team mapped the distribution of H2O and HDO repeatedly over nearly six Earth years -- equal to about three Mars years -- producing global snapshots of each, as well as their ratio.
According to what may or may not be informed comment, it would take the earth years to recover its ITC capacity from that sort of a mess.
One however can enjoy the four seasons and at about twice the length of Earth, as the Martian year is about two Earth years long.
How many Earth years (to the nearest five) does Neptune take to 15 orbit the sun?
Square-jawed Matt, 30, is handing over the keys to the Tardis after three Earth years in the job.