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Once a year; every year.‘the prize is awarded annually’‘sales are increasing by about 17% annually’
yearly, once a year, each year, by the year, per annum, per yearevery yearView synonyms
- ‘Serious decay can occur at the base of branches and they must be inspected annually for fungal and bacterial damage.’
- ‘For mortgages, look outside the APR to see whether interest is calculated daily or annually.’
- ‘The society organised at least six such programmes in the city annually, he said.’
- ‘The Maundy Service, which is held annually at a cathedral or abbey, dates back to before the Middle Ages.’
- ‘Visitor numbers have increased annually, giving the local economy a fantastic boost, it says.’
- ‘That may be partly down to the 190 cm of rain that falls here annually, plus the balmy west coast air.’
- ‘It is said that annually hundreds of millions of dollars circulate as a direct result of this trade.’
- ‘The Britain in Bloom competition is conducted annually by the Royal Horticultural Society.’
- ‘While insurers pay over a billion dollars in claims annually, over 200 people are killed.’
- ‘The policy is reviewed every year and the training programmes are conducted annually.’
- ‘Elizabeth Fenn was one of the 300 people honoured annually by the Society for acts of bravery.’
- ‘Dengue fever occurs annually in Indonesia, with a peak occurring every five years.’
- ‘They were unable to put a figure on the total level of fees earned annually by the sector.’
- ‘Only a handful of British couples annually succeed in adopting in America.’
- ‘They have long complained about being locked out of the negotiations at which their fate is decided annually.’
- ‘It would probably cost you more to annually replace the tyres on your bike than drive a AX on the morning commute.’
- ‘Millions of euro are spent annually by local authorities in cleaning up after littering.’
- ‘Growers in these States will now be inspected annually for the symptoms of citrus canker.’
- ‘Under present policy the county council is putting down as many as five hundred dogs annually.’
- ‘The experts could see the breed improving annually with the top sheep brought in by the breeders.’
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