365 days

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Noun1.365 days - a year that is not a leap year365 days - a year that is not a leap year  
twelvemonth, year, yr - a period of time containing 365 (or 366) days; "she is 4 years old"; "in the year 1920"
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It will now offer 1.5GB daily data benefits for 365 days. Previously, the same plan used to offer 1GB data per day.
The plant has also achieved a milestone of 365 days without any down time or lost time incident (LTI).
Rs 2.300 billion for 365 days) through its open market operation.
The officer has been granted leave encashment for 365 days in lieu of LPR.
This is because the first withdrawal on March 1 was rolled over by Sarah within 60-days and there was no other withdrawal from a qualified retirement plan within 365 days prior to that withdrawal.
Milan, Italy, September 21, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Now, there's an exciting new way to reach business goals, thanks to Design Your Business in 365 Days, a comprehensive daily planner that's just been launched by Italian planner experts Design in 365 Days.
Synopsis: Compiled by members of the National Geographic Press, "Daily Love: 365 Days of Celebration" is their latest daily inspirational book and takes on the most timeless and universal of topics: love.
Nursing staff work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year caring for patients.
Fixed calving periods aid significantly in hitting that elusive 365 days; anything that does not calve within the allotted period should be culled.
Veterans have been starting claims online through eBenefits since early 2013, but those claims expire if they are not completed and submitted within 365 days.