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Annual

Describing a situation, event, or statement that occurs or is filed only once per year. See also: Annual Report.
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There are five main ways to publish annual or other printed reports online.
Coming clean -- the overarching theme for next year's annual reports, now in planning stages -- may be a significant departure for some CEOs, who've preferred to gloss over bad news.
Deathbed" annual exclusion gifts are a significant planning tool.
For small African American-owned businesses with limited budgets, making the most of an annual report can be a challenge.
It is always refreshing to see that rare annual report that relies instead on photojournalists -- photographers who base their work on human rather than mechanical values, who use abstraction to activate the imaginations of viewers, who tell a story in pictures instead of simply illustrating the subject.
Consumer expenditures increased about 3 1/2 percent at an annual rate in real teems in the first quarter and appear to have posted another sizable gain in the second quarter.
The Committee expects average annual growth through 2000 to be in the 1% range.
SIXTH ANNUAL REAL ESTATE EXPO March 18-19 Miami Beach, Florida Contact: Karla Briceno Tel: [1] (305) 531-4663 Fax: [1] (305) 532 5330 info@realestateexpo.
Barnes' investigations that summer led to the dissolution of six fire insurance companies and to the adoption by Comptroller James Cook of an annual statement "blank" for fire companies, which required each company to provide a detailed description of mortgaged premises, their value, and even the amount of insurance carried on the buildings.
February 28-March 3, 2007 Annual Meeting American Association of Collegiate Registrars (www.