Examples of yearlong in a Sentence
She went on a yearlong sabbatical.
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On the same day that reports surfaced about a friendly lunch with ex Justin Bieber, sources reported that Selena Gomez has ended her nearly yearlong romance with The Weeknd.
After a yearlong investigation, the CHP identified the driver as Nicole Herschel and recommended serious charges: Felony hit-and-run as well as misdemeanor counts of vehicular manslaughter and tampering with evidence.
No wonder a recent posting for a yearlong travel-journalist stint on The New York Times ignited such a tweetstorm and so much discussion in every corner of Journalist Internet — and beyond. . . .
Obamacare went through a painfully slow, yearlong process.
The two comprise the Milwaukee contingent of #2020Beyond, a yearlong development program for young workers that started in Chicago.
In February, Minnesota declined an $18 million contract option to keep Peterson; Lynch, 31, is making his return after a yearlong retirement from the Seahawks.
In December, a yearlong reporting project by the New York Times culminated with a front-page story about the Dothan area’s long-serving district attorney, Doug Valeska.
The New York Police Department, which initially resisted issuing body cameras to officers, started a yearlong pilot program with them in April.
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