per year

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Adv.1.per year - by the yearper year - by the year; every year (usually with reference to a sum of money paid or received); "he earned $100,000 per annum"; "we issue six volumes per annum"
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This proves, by the number left in stock, that one Fourth of July per year is now inadequate, the country has grown so.
The chil- dren unable to work in the field had neither shoes, stockings, jackets, nor trousers, given to them; their clothing consisted of two coarse linen shirts per year. When these failed them, they went naked until the next allowance-day.
Besides a variety of powerful causes not existing here, and which favor in that country the pretensions of rank and wealth, no person is eligible as a representative of a county, unless he possess real estate of the clear value of six hundred pounds sterling per year; nor of a city or borough, unless he possess a like estate of half that annual value.
I found that this man had made a contract with his master, two or three years previous to the Emancipation Proclamation, to the effect that the slave was to be permitted to buy himself, by paying so much per year for his body; and while he was paying for himself, he was to be permitted to labour where and for whom he pleased.
He was becoming very sweet upon the Grafinn Fanny de Butterbrod, a very gentle tender-hearted and unassuming young creature, a Canoness and Countess in her own right, but with scarcely ten pounds per year to her fortune, and Fanny for her part declared that to be Amelia's sister was the greatest delight that Heaven could bestow on her, and Jos might have put a Countess's shield and coronet by the side of his own arms on his carriage and forks; when--when events occurred, and those grand fetes given upon the marriage of the Hereditary Prince of Pumpernickel with the lovely Princess Amelia of Humbourg- Schlippenschloppen took place.
Bethell developed to its highest point in New York, a user of the telephone pays a fixed minimum price for a certain number of messages per year, and extra for all messages over this number.
"Sixty thousand francs per year. I thought I was right in believing that Cavalcanti to be a stingy fellow.
THE biggest change to student finance since 2012 will see the loan repayment threshold rise to PS25,000 per year.
The survey cover top 100 busiest airports and interviews 600,000 individuals per year in 42 languages in 84 countries.
The log-term annual compound growth rate of NSDP in Gujarat (6.60 percent per year) grew at a higher level than Punjab (4.92 percent per year) while GDP in India grew at 6.29 percent per annum over (1980-81 and 2013-14).
PS4.00 per week PS104 per year Newspapers PS1.50 per week PS208 per year PS78 per year Lottery PS1.80 per week PS93.60 per year Eating out at restaurants and cafes PS17.30 per week Jewellery Spirits PS899.60 per year THE PS1.90 per week PS1.70 per week NEWS PS98.80 per year PS88.40 per year INDULGENCE Hair dressing and beauty PS3.70 per week Taxis PS192.40 per year PS 1.10 per week Mobile phone account PS57.20 per year PS7.00 per week Chocolate PS364 per year PS1.90 per week PS98.80 per year Coffee Soft drink PS0.90 per week Tea PS1.80 per week Cigarettes PS0.50 per week PS46.80 per year PS93.60 per year PS2.80 per week PS26.00 per year PS145.60 per year