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1 The earth makes a yearly revolution around the sun.
2 Christmas is a yearly festival.
3 We pay a yearly visit to my uncle.
4 Salary levels are reviewed on a yearly basis.
5 The flower show is a yearly event in our town.
6 The average yearly increment in labour productivity in industry was 4.5 per cent.
7 The yearly campaign to raise funds for the Red Cross is already under way.
8 The seven major industrial countries will have their yearly meeting in London.
9 The magazine is issued twice yearly .
10 The examination is held yearly.
11 His yearly payroll is $ 1.2 million.
12 We pay the fee yearly.
13 Profits are shared out yearly.
14 Pay is reviewed on a yearly basis.
15 The land was held on a yearly tenancy.
16 We paid a subscription of 5 pounds yearly.
17 The festival is held yearly.
18 We get a yearly pay-increase.
19 Her yearly tuition is $ 2 (sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com] 000.
20 Property values appreciated yearly.
21 She settled a small yearly sum on each of her children.
22 Interest is paid yearly.
23 As usual, the yearly audit will take place in December.
24 In Holland, the government sets a yearly budget for health care.
25 We're preparing for the yearly descent of thousands of visitors on the village for the pop festival.
26 Novello says college students will spend $4.2 billion yearly on alcoholic beverages.
27 You can become a member by paying the yearly subscription.
28 They're losing $200 000 on this deal, but that's chickenfeed to/for a company with yearly profits of $25 million.
29 The advertising agency rang up 1.4 billion dollars in yearly sales.
30 Clients normally pay fees in advance, monthly, quarterly, or yearly.
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