common year

noun
1.
an ordinary year of 365 days; a year having no intercalary period.
Compare leap year.
Origin
1905–10
Example Sentences for common year
The park's common year-round residents include some interesting and colorful species.
Eight of these species are common year-round residents and seven are common in winter.
White-tailed deer, common year round, can be seen in many areas of the refuge.
Harsh weather can occur in any month and severe storms are common year-round.
All input cost and value data is inflated to this common year.
If an individual license expires before the common year, it will only be renewed for the remainder of the term.
common year-long themes unify and integrate multiple disciplines.
The technique of converting dollar values to a common year is called discounting.
If the agencies have different cost reporting period year ends, the costs must be inflated to common year end dates.
We also accepted the contractor's recommendation to standardize the survey practice expense data to a common year.

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