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In another bizarre set of circumstances for the club, it has been revealed that Sporting CP spent half a million euros per annum on what is being called a 'dirty campaign'.
It is expected that CR7 will earn an extraordinary €30m per annum at the club.
The Telegraph report that Enrique was earning £16.5m-a-year before quitting Barca, a figure significantly higher than the £9.5m Conte pockets per annum under his current employers.
Surely, a few of them are capable of doing so while keeping their private-phone-booth expenses under $20,000 per annum.
Under Maryland law, the unpaid portion of a court judgment draws interest at 10 percent per annum, and would accrue during the appeal process, which could take months to years.
Tenants of the property's office space include Serco, Manchester City Council, Unison, JC Decaux and go-karting operator Teamsport; with a combined passing rent of £2.71 million ($3.8 million) per annum.
The 49ers signed Garoppolo to a five-year deal this offseason worth $137 million, the highest per annum deal in the history of the league.
Obama failed to achieve 3 percent growth per annum over his eight years.
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Definition of per annum for English Language Learners
: in or for each year
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