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Year

A 12-month period. The tax year, the period of time during which annual taxes are calculated, runs from January 1 to December 31. A company's fiscal year, the period of time for which it makes its annual budget, may run for a different 12-month period.
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I still struggle to understand, where somebody is under the influence of drink or drugs, why the courts don't start from 14 years and takes years off rather than the other way around.
It's the latest style, without flap pockets or vents, and it's an instant update that takes years off your image, especially if it's worn with a black T-shirt or collared polo shirt,'' said Trocchia.
BLONDE bombshell Pamela Anderson turns back time as she shows off a 70s hairstyle that takes years off her.
For example, parents with teenagers might find this takes years off their vocabulary age).