per anum

per anum

 [per a´num] (L.)
through the anus.

per an·um

(per ā'nŭm),
By or through the anus.
[L.]

per an·um

(pĕr ā'nŭm)
By or through the anus.
[L.]
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The officials said life-time token tax on 1,000cc cars was fixed at Rs10,000, 1300cc Rs15,00 per anum, where as 2000-2500cc was fixed at Rs8,000 and above that the token tax was fixed at Rs12,000 annually.
'Before 2015, our total annual production was between 2.5 million metric tonnes to a maximum of 3.5 million, but today, we are providing eight million metric tonnes per anum.
The economic growth rate was 8 percent per anum, private sector being the main engine of growth.
Presenting comparison of PML-N government's five years' performance, Hammad said the current account deficit sharply increased from $2.5 billion per anum in 2013 to $19 billion in 2018, whereas trade deficit also surged to $30 billion in 2018 from $15 billion in 2013 when the PML-N government took the charge.
The Act amends Articles 15 and 16 of the Constitution to provide quota to the general category people with a family income of up to Rs 8 lakh per anum. "Nothing in this Article shall prevent the State from making any provision for the reservation of appointments or posts in favour of any economically weaker sections of citizens other than the classes mentioned in clause (4), in addition to the existing reservation and subject to a maximum of ten per cent of the posts in each category," the Amendment of Article 16 read.
He further added that there exist a great potential of the exports of Rice from Pakistan but due to imposing quota restriction from Sri Lanka to exports rice only upto 6000 tons per anum.
Rents in the region for warehouse and flex space increased by 14 cents through the third quarter to $6.23-per-square-foot per anum on triple net.
At just over 7% per anum the capital value of a portfolio will double over ten years.
Patil said the government has decided to pay half of the fees of students, including Marathas, whose family income is less than Rs800,000 per anum, for 608 professional courses.
The price equates to a net initial yield of 6.7% and an equivalent yield of 7%, with net rental income at purchase of GBP 8.16m per anum.
Key projects in 2015 included, the 150,000m[sup.2] Dubai Airport Concourse 4 - 18m passengers per anum, Dubai Opera House - a 2,000 seat performing arts centre located within The Opera District in Downtown Dubai, under main contractor Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) for developer Emaar Properties.