And so Pentagon-contracted private industry paid exorbitant $300,000-plus annual salaries for these new civilian recruits.
Saint Barthélemy, my annual winter respite, is my favorite of the Caribbean islands.
While suicides are no longer making national headlines, college stress is an annual concern come April.
Statement of President Barack Obama Upon Being Awarded The First annual Golden Obama.
Its annual revenue will likely top $100 billion this year, and in the first quarter, it made $5.4 billion in profit.
The next annual meeting took place in Richmond, Dec. 3, 4, 1890.
Like the turtle, the large alligator has its annual migrations.
If it is desired, however, to keep the old top, it will be best to cut back the annual growth heavily at the winter pruning.
Any low-growing annual will do, but it must be low-growing or it may injure the Fraxinella.
He makes an annual or biennial report, showing the financial condition of the State.
late 14c., from Old French annuel (12c.) or directly from Late Latin annualem (nominative annualis), corresponding to Latin annalis as adjective form of annus "year," from PIE *at-no-, from root *at- "to go," on notion of "period gone through" (cf. Sanskrit atati "goes, wanders," Gothic aþnam (dative plural) "year," Oscan akno- "year, holiday, time of offering"). Used of plants since 1710.
c.1400, originally "service commemorating the anniversary of a person's death," from annual (adj.). By 1824 as short for annual plant.
Adjective Completing a life cycle in one growing season.
Noun An annual plant. Annuals germinate, blossom, produce seed, and die in one growing season. They are common in environments with short growing seasons. Most desert plants are annuals, germinating and flowering after rainfall. Many common weeds, wild flowers, garden flowers, and vegetables are annuals. Examples of annuals include tomatoes, corn, wheat, sunflowers, petunias, and zinnias. Compare biennial, perennial.