This is the year that agencies will be finalizing the rules that tell us what ObamaCare will look like.
“Our channels are no different than they were a year ago,” said one senior U.S. official.
None of this would have surprised Kolko, who died earlier this year, or Buchanan, who died in 2013.
Matthew McConaughey, Will Ferrell, Steve McQueen, and more turned out for LA's style event of the year.
But this was 2003, the beginning of Generation Me, and just a year before Facebook launched.
It was in this year that the cholera made its first appearance in Europe.
Now it assembles the blossoms of a whole long year to bewilder and allure.
His tomb20 is within this tent, and they visit it once a year.
How's it come you didn't have a Western Union frank this year?
I sat down and did what I had not done for many a long year before—I burst into tears.
Old English gear (West Saxon), ger (Anglian) "year," from Proto-Germanic *jæram "year" (cf. Old Saxon, Old High German jar, Old Norse ar, Danish aar, Old Frisian ger, Dutch jaar, German Jahr, Gothic jer "year"), from PIE *yer-o-, from root *yer-/*yor- "year, season" (cf. Avestan yare (nominative singular) "year;" Greek hora "year, season, any part of a year," also "any part of a day, hour;" Old Church Slavonic jaru, Bohemian jaro "spring;" Latin hornus "of this year;" Old Persian dušiyaram "famine," literally "bad year"). Probably originally "that which makes [a complete cycle]," and from verbal root *ei- meaning "to do, make."
The screaming and wavering warning signal used on police cars, ambulances, and other emergency vehicles: two police cars going north with yelpers wide open (1970s+)
Heb. shanah, meaning "repetition" or "revolution" (Gen. 1:14; 5:3). Among the ancient Egyptians the year consisted of twelve months of thirty days each, with five days added to make it a complete revolution of the earth round the sun. The Jews reckoned the year in two ways, (1) according to a sacred calendar, in which the year began about the time of the vernal equinox, with the month Abib; and (2) according to a civil calendar, in which the year began about the time of the autumnal equinox, with the month Nisan. The month Tisri is now the beginning of the Jewish year.