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great year

[¦grāt ′yir]
(astronomy)
The period of one complete cycle of the equinoxes around the ecliptic, about 25,800 years. Also known as platonic year.
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Another great writer, The Irish People's Jim Gallagher had another great year, sorting out the good from the sad on RTE and TV3.
Me and John want finish a high and a great year better JAMIE Meanwhile, clay king Rafa Nadal backed Andy Murray to handle the adjustment from hard court to clay in time for the Davis Cup tie.
Venetia has had a great year as well, and now so has Liam.
I was a little short of that, but it was still a great year.
What a great year it has been for the geriatric set.
Virgin presenter Pete Mitchell said: ``It was a great year to measure the gigs from such legends as the Stones alongside performances from today's rock elite.
This has turned out to be a great year for real estate, largely because interest rates are low and the stock market has been turbulent, persuading many buyers that it is better to invest in real estate than in stocks.
And with most other DAV Departments nearing goal, it's shaping up to be a great year for DAV membership.
For many investors, 1999 was a great year, especially if you owned technology stocks.
It has been a great year for Tony Blair and a great year for Britain.
2006 was a great year for us with new clients as well as existing ones," said Peter Friedman, Chairman & CEO of LiveWorld.
It's been a great year, it started with Wentworth and then we had that three week stretch, probably the best period of Rory's career (when McIlroy won the British Open and US PGA).