“Illegal aliens,” Pearce told Schumer, cost Arizona more than $2.4 billion annually.
The tenth leading cause of death in the U.S., suicide accounts for nearly 35,000 deaths annually.
The number you quote is $2.2 billion spent annually in the U.S. alone in conjunction with lighting at night.
And in the last two years, rainfall, which averages 34 inches annually, has fallen at about half that rate.
The organizations annually update topics such as hyperthermia, hypothermia and hyponatremia.
This meeting has also been repeated annually ever since 1881.
Mentioned Coates with whom they did as much as 10,000 pieces annually.
It is considered that with facilities for irrigation Andalusia could produce 150,000 bales annually.
This malady was propagated annually by the parasitic spores.
That community possessed a wide extent of rocky and barren pastures, leased annually by auction for the public good.
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.