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banner year

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbanner yearˈbanner ˌyear noun [countable] American English  
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banner yearTrue, it had not been a banner year for Republican candidates, thanks to the resignation of President Nixon that summer.I had a banner year, and it took another banner year to beat me.But even elsewhere, 1995 was a banner year for conspiracy theories.Nineteen seventy-seven was a banner year for me, because I was doing all four at once.Realtors are pinning their hopes for another banner year on low mortgage rates.Further, she predicted that the division will have another banner year and set a new record in the current fiscal year.
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