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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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- Production worldwide for the first half of calendar year 2019 experienced a year-on-year increase for the fourth consecutive year (since the first six months of 2016).
Regardless, Bank Alfalah's cost per income decreased to 58.7% in the calendar year 2018 compared to 64.3% in CY17.
Therefore, TDI is recommending that lawmakers amend the statute to allow for applying claim and dispute deadlines to each event and not limit them to a calendar year.
With his 82 runs knock in the first innings of the ongoing third Test against Australia on Day Two, the 30-year-old has accumulated a total of 1138 runs surpassing former Indian skipper Rahul Dravid (1137) to be the top scorer for India in overseas Tests in any calendar year.
repair of office equipment (printing devices), refilling and restoration of cartridges during 1 (one) calendar year 1 usl.
In June 2017, IES had received SEK21m in central government subsidy for homework support for the calendar year 2017.
Iran exported cement to 24 countries including Iraq, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Pakistan, Qatar, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Georgia, Oman, India, and China in the past Iranian calendar year (ended March 20, 2013.)
* Failed to conduct Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting for antimony, barium and zinc compounds for calendar years 2007, 2008 and 2009.
In the calendar year 2011, VECV registered a volume growth of 24.8 percent, outpacing the industry which grew by 10 percent and increasing its corresponding market share.
For calendar year 2012, a "high deductible health plan" is defined under Section 223(c) (2)(A) as a health plan with an annual deductible that is not less than $1,200 (no change from calendar year 2011) for self-only coverage, or $2,400 (no change from calendar year 2011) for family coverage, and the annual out-of-pocket expenses (deductibles, co-payments, and other amounts) do not exceed $6,050 for self-only coverage (was $5,950 for 2011) or $12,100 for family coverage (was $11,900 for 2011).
The taxable year may be either (a) the calendar year or (b) a fiscal year.
The year 2010 is the Year of Tiger under the 12-year Chinese cycle where each calendar year is named after one of the 12-key animals in turn.