from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Occurring once a year or every year.
- adv. Once a year; annually.
- n. A publication issued once a year.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Happening once every year.
- adv. Once a year.
- adv. Every year.
- n. Something that is published once a year.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Happening, accruing, or coming every year; annual.
- adj. Lasting a year.
- adj. Accomplished in a year.
- adv. Annually; once a year to year.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Annual; happening, accruing, or coming every year: as, a yearly rent or income.
- Lasting or continuing for a year: as, a yearly plant; a yearly tenant or tenancy.
- Comprehending a year; accomplished in a year: as, the yearly circuit or revolution of the earth.
- Annually; once a year: as, blessings yearly bestowed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without missing a year
- n. a reference book that is published regularly once every year
- adj. occurring or payable every year
Bozo The Neoclown says: then give back the billions texas takes in yearly from the fed for education, beyotch. other states can use the dough.
The entire annual budget is under $400,000, less than what the president of Rutgers University -- New Jersey's state university -- makes in yearly salary, and a fraction of what the school pays its football coach each year.
The fact that thousands of illiterates 'graduate' from high-school and gain admission to college yearly is grounds for tearing down the edifice and starting over from scratch.
At least that way I could stop my cash from going to a bunch of crooks who make more off illness in yearly bonuses than I will make in salary during a lifetime of hard work.
Maybe those with over $2.8 mill in yearly income are more likely to be married then those with only $600,000 in yearly income.
But if China's growth goes as expected, there is no doubt it will be a boon to financial intermediaries who stand to see billions of dollars in yearly revenues over the next two decades -- making it all the more critical for Wall Street banks to become true players in the market.
If the Dems are willing to lose congress, they got the year, if they want to keep it, they need to find a new direction in yearly 2010 that they can take to the primaries.
This means for a $100 per month HMO, $200 out of $1200 in yearly premiums is being spent in doctors visits.
Of COURSE we can - take the $300 BILLION in cost OVERRUNS yearly from the Department of Defense and spend it to rebuild America and we'll have PLENTY left over for deficit reduction.
The Podesta Group saw the largest rise in yearly profits of any lobbying firm in 2009!