This year

This year   
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In this year Severus succeeded to the empire and reigned seventeen winters.
He may have consistently broken them for fifty years, yet this year he will keep them.
Our author tells us in this book, as he has told us in others, more especially in The World Set Free, and as he has been telling us this year in his War and the Future, that if mankind goes on with war, the smash-up of civilization is inevitable.
Hard as this year which delays my happiness will be," continued Prince Andrew, "it will give you time to be sure of yourself.
Already stretched thin battling gang violence amid strained recruitment drives, the LAPD will see its chronic officer shortage grow even more acute later this year when a battalion-size group of senior officers leaves the force.
The (total) values of construction are three times over where we were last year," says Mazza, with $32 million in building permits issued through the first three months of this year, compared to only $12.
These regulations, finalized earlier this year, are effective for tax years ending on or after May 17, 2002.
Until this year, the rating system in Texas specified separate targets for racial subgroups that accounted for more than 10 percent of the student body (and more than 30 students).
Steady, strong leasing activity in the county had much to do with the reduction of available space this year.
Thanks largely to Enbril's sales, Immunex will finally emerge from the red this year.
Ironically taking place this year on Martin Luther King's birthday (and on a day when the Rev.
We shared our testing strategy with depository institutions in October of this year, and we are currently developing a coordinated test schedule.