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year-long

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyear-longˈyear-long, yearlong /ˈjɪəlɒŋ, ˈjɜː- $ ˈjɪrlɒːŋ/ adjective [only before noun]  PERIOD OF TIMEcontinuing for a year or all through the year a year-long study of the problem
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year-longUric acid production had helped this animal to survive a year-long fast without one drink of water.For a $ 500 initiation fee, plus $ 85 a month, girls will receive a year-long membership in the academy.This stemmed from a need to give the regular cast holidays during the otherwise punishing year-long recording schedule.I am 26 and have just lost my virginity after a year-long relationship.
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