Annual or yearly is a word often used to describe something that happens once a calendar year.
"Annual" may be an abbreviation for:
- Annual plant
- Annual publication
- Annual report
- Annual giving
Annual may also refer to:
- Annual, Morocco, a settlement in northeastern Morocco
- Annuals, a musical group
Other articles related to "annual":
... Psy-Geo-Conflux (better known as Conflux) is the annual New York City festival dedicated to psychogeography, where visual, performance and sound ... The second annual event took place at PARTICIPANT INC non-profit arts center on the Lower East Side, and included over 50 participating international artists and groups ... In 2006, the 3rd annual Conflux festival was held in Brooklyn for the first time on September 14–17 ...
1) #7-10, Annual #1 New Mutants (Vol.1) Annual #7, Uncanny X-Men Annual #15 and X-Factor (Vol.1) Annual #6, 256 pages, May 2009, ISBN 0-7851-4263-0) New Warriors Classic Volume 3 (collects The New ... Warriors #67 2011) Spider-Man and New Warriors Hero Killers (collects The New Warriors Annual #2, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #26, Web of Spider-Man Annual #8 The ...
... JWHA has published an annual peer-reviewed journal, entitled The John Whitmer Historical Association Journal since 1981 ... In 2011, the JWHA Journal switched from annual to semi-annual publication Volume 31 Number 1 appeared in April and Volume 31 Number 2 appeared in September ...
... Average Annual Temperature 10 to 18 °C (50 to 64 °F) Average January Temperature 13 to 22 °C (60 to 71 °F) Average July Temperature 6 to 13 °C ...
Famous quotes containing the word annual:
“From the point of view of the pharmaceutical industry, the AIDS problem has already been solved. After all, we already have a drug which can be sold at the incredible price of $8,000 an annual dose, and which has the added virtue of not diminishing the market by actually curing anyone.”
—Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)
“...there was the annual Fourth of July picketing at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. ...I thought it was ridiculous to have to go there in a skirt. But I did it anyway because it was something that might possibly have an effect. I remember walking around in my little white blouse and skirt and tourists standing there eating their ice cream cones and watching us like the zoo had opened.”
—Martha Shelley, U.S. author and social activist. As quoted in Making History, part 3, by Eric Marcus (1992)
“In soliciting donations from his flock, a preacher may promise eternal life in a celestial city whose streets are paved with gold, and thats none of the laws business. But if he promises an annual free stay in a luxury hotel on Earth, hed better have the rooms available.”
—Unknown. Charlotte Observer (October 6, 1989)