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the year/week etc ending something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe year/week etc ending somethingthe year/week etc ending somethingused to refer to the year etc that ends on a particular date the financial results for the year ending 31 Dec 2008 end
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the year/week etc ending somethingAn interim dividend of 6p per ordinary share was paid on 1 April 1993 in respect of the year ending 31 December 1993.Copies of the most recent report for the year ending 31 March are in the Library.Group pre-tax profits for the year ending February 28 fell 12.5% to £1.2m.The bad-debt provisions are expected to knock £25m off profits for the year ending February.The company said it expects revenue of about $ 34. 5 million for the year ending June 30,1996.During the week ending last Tuesday 109 people in every 100,000 of the population had flu, and 154 had flu-like illnesses.Figures released today reported that in the year ending March 31 profits before tax were £10.3m compared with £7.7m in 1992.The company is aiming to break even at the pretax level in the year ending March 31.
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