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annum

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Noun1.annum - (Latin) year; "per annum"
Latin - any dialect of the language of ancient Rome
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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Early in his career he composed (in pentameter quatrains of alternate rime, like Gray's 'Elegy') 'Annus Mirabilis' (The Wonderful Year--namely 1666), a long and vigorous though far from faultless narrative of the war with the Dutch and of the Great Fire of London.
Just like all participating designers who were asked to think out of the box, Annus Abrar presented a collection that was distinct from regal cuts, age-old artisan embroideries and indubitably created quite a fashion stir.
The designers who showcased on the last day were NickieNina, Annus Abrar, Murtaza Hussain, Ahsan's Menswear, Mehdi, Munib Nawaz and HSY.
The year 1992 was considered "annus horribilis" for the royals.
Three pollen emission sources were defined for this study (Madanes & Millones, 2004: Madanes, 1999) according to its distance from the deposition site: 1) plot (site dispersed by Helianthus annus L.
This year has been the annus horribilis for republicans, the perfect storm of royal birth and wedding.
--"Annus Mirabilis (Anus Horribilis)," by Aleksey Lukyanov
Let's hope that Pulis can make 2018 an Annus Mirabilis!
What was it about the year 2016 that impelled it to do its worst, and end up as the decade's most daunting annus horribilis to date!
This "Annus horribilis" 2015 has also been that of a debt which "eats" almost 54% of the entire gross domestic product.
Andy Wilman called 2014 the flagship car programme's "annus horribilis".
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- As Turkey's "annus horribilis" nears an end, it is time for reflection.