one-year


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Adj.1.one-year - completing its life cycle within a year; "a border of annual flowering plants"
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
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one-year

[ˈwʌnjɪəʳ] ADJde or para un año
one-year unconditional warrantygarantía f incondicional de un año
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The grant recipients comprise of Allen County Public Library Foundation: $580,000, a 2-year program helping for Young Adult Summer Reading; Associated Churches: $40,000 - One-year program support; Boys and Girls Club: $95,000 - One-year operating support; Boy Scouts of America: $15,000 - One-year program support; Crossroad Child and Family Services: $20,000 - One-year operating support; Erin's House for Grieving Children: $15,000 - One-year operating support; Salvation Army: $50,000 - One-year program support; Trees Indiana: $10,000 - One-year operating support.
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30 June marks the one-year anniversary since Mohamed Morsi assumed Egypt's presidency.
SI Muhammad Saeeds one-year increment, SI Mohsin Abbass one-year increment, SI Tariq Ilyass one-year increment and one-year increment of SI Arshad Mahmood, one-year increment of ASI Mushtaq Ahmed, one-year increment of ASI Asad Ali and one-year increment of constable Afraz Shahid were stopped.
Measures Two dependent variables were used in this analysis, and both are dichotomous, categorical variables: one-year retention and two-year retention.
To do so, the client must satisfy the one-year capital gain holding period requirement, which states that the property's holding period commences on the date that the client closes that property's purchase escrow.
Wild sign two: The Minnesota Wild signed right wings Kyle Wanvig and Joey Tetarenko to one-year contracts.
Over the one-year study period, 17% of women in the emergency contraceptive group used the method (88% of whom were first-time users), compared with 4% in the control group (71% of whom were first-time users); women in the emergency contraceptive group were four times as likely as those in the control group to use the method (relative risk, 4.
The predictive performance of comorbidity scores depends on several factors, including (1) the clinical conditions included in a score and their relative weights, (2) the distribution of comorbid conditions in the source population, (3) the endpoint of a study, for example, one-year mortality, and (4) the accuracy and completeness of the administrative data (Iezzoni 1997).
31, 2001, will be permitted to "roll" the year of change forward so it may benefit from the one-year spread of the Sec.
Anteon Corporation, has been awarded an eight-year (one year base plus seven one-year options) task order to support the Navy's Personnel Command in Millington, Tenn.
This significant one-year vertebral fracture benefit has been consistently seen across several Actonel studies.