Definitions

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  • n. (Latin) year

Etymologies

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Examples

  • £400 per annum; where the value did not exceed £1,500 _per annum_, £30

    The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 2 of 2 From 1620-1816

  • • T'* -: director obfervea, that three clerks arc eftimated to provide agatnft a con gency} but of the, three eftimated for laft year, only one had been employed, and at 400 dollars per annum, excepting three months laft winter, tor which one other paid at the rate of 500 dollars per annum*

    An historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of the American United States

  • The IIM-L has raised the fees by Rs. 1.5 lakh per annum from the 2009-10 academic session.

    Now, IIM-L goes for fee hike

  • The IIM-L director Dr Devi Singh told media that the institute has raised the fees to Rs 4 lakh per annum from the existing fees of Rs. 2.5 per cent.

    Now, IIM-L goes for fee hike

  • Hey Dave, he said via the Lords the other day, has the government "made any assessment of whether £675,000 per annum is the appropriate remuneration package level for the director general of the BBC"?

    Diary

  • The University of Toronto's campaign will go over the top, but it has required a tremendous effort by a very able and dedicated group of men and women to raise less than $1.00 per capita per annum from the community that the University serves.

    Liberal Education for a Free Society

  • - In the foregoing schedule the overtime rate for 416 overtime hours for any basic rate of compensation in excess of $2,980 per annum is computed by subtracting from $894, 7.6782 per centum of the amount by which such basic rate is in excess of $2,980 per annum; with the condition that the rate for 416 overtime hours for all salaries of $6,440 or more shall be $628.334.

    EXECUTIVE ORDER 9578 (1)

  • The gross revenue per annum is usually in the neighbourhood of £500,000, say $2,000,000.

    What Is To Become of the British Protectorates?

  • I had a talk with him, and as a result we hope to switch from seventy-five thousand to one hundred thousand dollars 'worth of his buying per annum from a foreign country to the United Kingdom.

    British Industry: Anglo-Canadian and Empire Trade

  • For the financing of the general activities of the church an assessment of 40 cents per annum is levied on each member, which is divided as follows: Bishop's salaries, 10 cents; education, 10 cents; missions, 10 cents; publication interests, 3 cents; superannuated preachers, widows, and orphans, 7 cents.

    Religious Bodies: 1906

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