common year


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common year

n.
A calendar year having 365 days; a year without an intercalary period.

com′mon year`


n.
an ordinary year of 365 days; a year having no intercalary period. Compare leap year.
[1905–10]
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Noun1.common year - a year that is not a leap yearcommon year - 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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Only a few hours--true; yet such hours were worth a cycle of common years untouched by the glory and the dream.
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The orientation gave students an overview of requirements of the common year, divided into two semesters.
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Year 9 was the most common year group for exclusions - with 256 being issued in 2017-18.
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BALSALL Common Year 2 Pupils enjoyed a look behind the scenes during a visit to Monarch Airlines Hangar at Birmingham Airport.
We can put Zeller's function to the task of determining the number days that have elapsed in any given common year (a non-leap year) in the following way.
April is a common year end for many businesses as it coincides with the end of the tax year and so it's fairly obvious that it should also be a convenient time to get both personal and business tax returns in order.
The relatives he was hoping to avoid included his wife.Twins born in two different yearsFloridaAuDespite being twins, brothers Marcello and Stephano Velasco will not share a birthday or even a common year of birth.
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A review of age of maturity in herbaceous, polycarpic perennials found that the most common year of earliest maturity for wild and cultivated conditions was the second year of life, followed by the first year and then the third year.