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  • adj. Having a duration of multiple years.

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Examples

  • League wanted: To lower maximum annual contract increases in multiyear player deals from the current 12.5% for a team's own players and 10% for other players.

    USATODAY.com - Details on NBA labor agreement

  • Also, an interesting story about oil exports from Angola, one of the very few oil exporters showing a long term multiyear increase in oil exports.

    The Oil Drum - Discussions about Energy and Our Future

  • In this case, it remains until the following winter, when it grows and thickens and is classified as multiyear ice.

    Sea ice

  • About fifteen years ago I was building a massive position in Control Data, now Ceridian, in an attempt to call a multiyear bottom.

    Jim Cramer's Real Money

  • No, we'd like you to come to Analyst Day and hear about everything that we have lined up for the year and the next few years in terms of our long-term multiyear growth agenda.

    Juniper Networks CEO Discusses Q4 2010 Earnings Call Transcript - Seeking Alpha

  • The proportion of Arctic sea ice that formed more than one year previously -- the so-called multiyear ice, which typically is thicker and more resistant to summer melting -- has been decreasing steadily in recent decades.

    Climate Ark Climate Change & Global Warming RSS Newsfeed

  • The financial terms and duration of the agreement were not disclosed, but it was described in the announcement as a "multiyear" commitment.

    Universal Music to Team With 'Idol'

  • The spies from the SVR, Russia's foreign intelligence service, were gathering intelligence on nuclear weapons, arms control positions, Iran, political changes in parties, and leadership changes within the CIA, according to documents drawn up over the course of a "multiyear" FBI investigation.

    RIA Novosti

  • This kind of multiyear effort, says Balog, is necessary to "radically alter public perception of the global warming issue."

    Millard Fillmore's Bathtub

  • Indian market in the short term, though he still expects a "multiyear" rally.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

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