regular year

regular year

n.
An ordinary year of 354 days or a leap year of 384 days in the Jewish calendar.
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Assisi Animal Health explains that leftover bones should not be fed to dogs both during the holidays and during the regular year.
BUT IT ALL STARTS HERE It all starts in their partner primaries, with the regular year 4 Highly Able Workshops, which run over a number of weeks using St Mary's extensive science, maths, English, art and IT facilities.
It is also feared that the monsoon may progress less slowly than in a regular year.
Now in its fifth regular year, the festival sold out for the first time last weekend, and those who had shown their faith in it were rewarded with a baking hot two days of fun marred only by a misty drizzle late on Saturday night.
After leading Five Star Painting to regular year over year growth, Kolba decided to resign as the company's COO and get back to his roots as a small business operator.
In a regular year he'd be the most improved horse in training but there's the small matter of Hunt Ball, who has been a phenomenon.
Mostly in July and August of a regular year, the occupancy stays around 90 percent in London's hotels.
Flu season is around the corner and I am 100 per cent certain that it won't be any more or less severe than any other regular year.
uk deli products Bite, The deli homemade mustards Also on beer, which is Owner Nick and chutneys, our butterscotch restaurant The deli Welsh regular year.
Winner: In a regular year, Duke's run on the PGA Tour and his winning more than $1.
Miss Regan added: "The child in question was a regular year one child.
In a regular year, Expoland disassembles roller coasters in January or February to check if any cracks have been caused inside vehicle components by using ultrasonic and magnetic wave devices, according to company officials.