annually : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r without missing a year
they travel to China annually
- r by the year; every year (usually with reference to a sum of money paid or received)
- All told, these changes amount to 21,000 pounds of carbon weight loss annually.
- No Child Left Behind requires students to be tested annually to determine their reading and math skills, but leaves the task of creating assessments to the states.
- Only the remaining 50 can be considered brain-tumor specialists, averaging 100 surgeries annually.
News & Articles
- Vandalism Costs Sacramento Schools $100,000 Annually, District Says
SACRAMENTO- The Sacramento City Unified School District says vandalism costs schools in the district more than $100,000 annually. This type of vandalism generally happens during breaks, especially during the long summer break. Sac City Unified is asking neighbors to keep …
June 17, 2013 - FOX40 Sacramento
- Volunteers picking up trash save state $6 million annually
Volunteers helping with the Adopt-a-Highway program pick up 26,000 tons of litter per year, saving the state an estimated $6 million annually, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
June 17, 2013 - Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch
- Colts' Pagano wins Halas award
Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano on Monday received the George Halas Award, given annually to an NFL player, coach or staff member who overcomes the most adversity to succeed.
June 17, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
- Fred Hilmer in Sydney Morning Herald
The Bradley target that 40 per cent of 25-34 year-olds will have attained a qualification at bachelor level would require about "a 70 per cent increase in commencing students annually, 3.2 million additional enrolments over a decade, $15 billion in...
- Dennis Moore in International Herald Tribune
General aviation contributes more than $150 billion to the US economy annually and employs more than 1,265,000 people,Moore wrote.
- Susie Isaacs in Minneapolis Star Tribune
This is the only tournament annually that I get really nervous and uptight about,said Susie Isaacs, 61, of Las Vegas, who won back to back ladies championships at the world series in 1996 and 1997. "It takes me a couple hours to get calmed...