from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See year.
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- n. The amount of time between the beginning of the first day of January and the end of the last day of December in the Gregorian calendar. (365 days, or 366 in a leap year.)
- n. The amount of time between corresponding dates in adjacent years in any calendar.
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- n. the year (reckoned from January 1 to December 31) according to Gregorian calendar
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The New York Times Index, published annually, contains 144 entries under Brzezinskis name for calendar year 1978, but only 26 of them are in the period between that early June breakfast meeting and the end of November.
Armstrong’s first full calendar year at Purdue witnessed the first flight of Convair’s XF-92 airplane, with its innovative delta wing; the flight of the first civilian test pilot, Herbert H.
It was well into April of the calendar year before Marius and Sulla had word that the Germans were packing up and beginning to move out of the lands of the Atuatuci, and another month before Sertorius came in person to report that Boiorix had kept the Germans together as a people sufficiently to ensure his plan was going to be put into effect.
Australian merchandise exports to Russia have increased to A$267 million in the calendar year 2000 while services exports reached nearly A$100 million.