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per annum

adjective Annually; generally used to indicate a salary.
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Three year contracts for at-sea operational or operational training command tours will pay $12,000 per year.
And to relax after all the hard work she has been doing, she spends 15,000 pounds per year or 41.
Nefta Airport (400 000 passengers per year, with 60 % of scheduled international flights, 31 % of domestic flights and 9 % of charter flights).
By 2012 we expect the import quantity to approach 37 million tons per year.
Work Opportunity Tax Credit: Up to $2,400 per eligible employee, per year (IRC Sec.
Software that shuts down computer monitors during nonuse will help out Tufts University, which estimates that if its students and faculty power down their computers one to five hours a day, the savings will amountto $90,000 in electricity costs per year.
The average rate was about 150 aircraft per year, with a high of 212 to a low of 118.
5 per year in 2000/01) and average work-loads among FPS (4,193 visits per year in 2000/01) were stable over the decade.
Based on an estimated total of at least 12,000 geoscientists in Canada, this implies a total of 1500 practitioners in this field who would each be supported by over $100k in revenue per year, implying about $200M in annual revenue for this sector of the industry.
The current Agenda 2020 program--which has grown in funding from less than US$ 5 million per year in 1994 to more than US$ 60 million in fiscal year 2003--is recognized as an important contributor to providing a common vision for communication with and the education of stakeholders and the public.
15 per hour or $10,300 per year is below the poverty threshold for a family of two ($11,060 per year), and would be significantly lower then the living wage established for any major metropolitan area.
The cost of drugs for AIDS-infected homosexuals paid for by the provinces' health care systems at $150,000 a year per person has passed the six billion per year mark; it may yet ruin national health coverage.