[yeer-lawng, -long]
lasting for a year.
Also, year-long.

1805–15; year + long1 Unabridged
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yearlong (ˈjɪəˈlɒŋ)
throughout a whole year

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Example sentences
Don't expect a yearlong fellowship to provide you with a full year to work on
  your research.
Most yearlong sabbaticals will cross over two calendar years.
He told them that there wasn't time for a yearlong strategic-planning process.
It was the beginning of my yearlong hunt for one full deck of found playing
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