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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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Starts on houses for sale increased 4.6% to 349,044 units in the year ended March 31 for the second straight yearly gain, of which those on condominiums rose 2.5 percent and those on detached houses gained 7.8 percent.
Audio equipment shipments were sluggish last year, including stereo sets, declining 10.1 percent for the fourth consecutive yearly drop.
Besides, North Carolina's relatively high bar is the result of a now somewhat problematic NCLB provision known as the "20 percent rule," which was inserted into the law's "adequate yearly progress" provisions.
New home sales: Number:1,150; Monthly % Change: 3.4%; Yearly % Change: 12.2%
At minimum, the coordinator sees members yearly, to see how they are doing and to perform risk assessment.
The yearly cycle first appeared in the data following June 28, 1992, when a magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck the Mojave Desert near Landers, Calif.
For the reason some physicians suggest yearly screening in women 40 to 49.
Preliminary results indicate that an aggressive forest-health treatment can reduce the Boise's C[O.sub.2] emissions by an average 2 million-3 million tons yearly over the next 20 years [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
* A yearly stool test (for colon and rectal cancer).
A common estate planning technique is to make yearly gifts to take advantage of the $10,000-per-year, per-donee gift tax exclusion.
April saw imports plunge another 13.6 percent, bringing the yearly drop to eight percent.
* Nestle (OTC: NSRGY) shares set a new yearly high of $113.25 this morning.