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It starts bearing fruit early on and can produce all year.
Start with three top-size bulbs this year and have a dozen flowers by the following summer.
Each year since, this easy-to-grow annual has reseeded itself.
Breakfasts with protein, fiber start the school year right.
The dichotomy illustrates how credit risk has emerged in government bond markets this year.
Next, two dozen flags stream by as the ten-year-olds shout out the names of the corresponding countries.
About a fifth of all new jobs were created there last year.
Who would be rich in a year gets hanged in half a year.
No runner tracks in this year's snow looped near it.
Each year, selective colleges tout their application totals, along with the virtues of their applicants.
Enrollments remained strong this year, and reported graduation rates didn't budge.
The threshold for a master's degree is three per year, and for a doctorate, it's two per year.
Dirt clods, last year's squash and the errant toad and mouse tumble to the ground.
Water levels are falling at an average rate of three feet per year.
The influenza virus mutates so quickly that last year's vaccination is usually ineffective against this year's bug.
After college and four years of veterinary school, typically you do a one-year internship and then a three-year residency.
Each year hundreds of peer-reviewed scientific articles are retracted.
Most chickens molt once a year, usually during the fall or winter.
Also called simple layering, ground layering is an easy way to produce a few new plants, though it may take as long as a year.
Water newly planted wisterias regularly for the first year or two, until the plant is well established.
Without question, the holidays are the craziest time of year.
However, state legislators this year will consider a bill to permit the collection of water for irrigation.
Plant breeders seemed especially generous this year.
Most varieties of fig trees bear fruit twice a year, giving us two seasons.
Lazy winter weekends are my favorite time of the year to bake up a storm while huddled in my tiny apartment.
The eat-local philosophy really caught on this year.
In the first year of gardening, planning is sometimes more a matter of choosing which vegetables seem easiest to grow.
Tomato planting came early this year, due to a relentlessly hot spring.
But this year's gathering was marked by a surprising number of hopeful glimmers.
Tailgating season is here, but this year there's no reason to settle for sub-par snacks.
Outdoor cooking can be enjoyed throughout the year, even by hardy souls in colder climes.
But this year, they will encounter something different.
She is a dreamy four-year-old, and on her own two feet, she's liable to meander.
The thank-yous this year seem to have gotten out of hand.
The following discussion took place during the last year.
But this year, our annual remembrances reach beyond our own experiences.
She did recall several episodes of lower abdominal pain during the previous year.
The drilling technique known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, came under renewed fire this past year.
The story of the year was a weak economy that could have been much, much weaker.
If there is one group of people who have the knowledge and experience to identify the year's best directors, it's.
There's an eclectic feel to this year's ranking of the style elite.
It announced that it has reached two production milestones and is on track to ship systems this year for use in electric vehicles.
Goals are still set from on high, in five-year plans, and in detail.
To live unlocked also means that you don't have to sign on to a multi-year service contract, if you're commitment averse.
The display will be in products by the end of the year.
Flu shots have to be reformulated every year, thanks to the constantly mutated virus.
It is a system that tens of thousands of people interact with simultaneously several times per year.

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