Home > Letter Y > year's end

No. sentence
1 Agassi finished 2005 ranked No. 7, his 16th time in the year-end top-10 rankings, which tied Connors for the most times ranked in the top 10 at year's end.
2 1978 was a challenging year for Atari, with only 550,000 units sold by year's end of the 800,000 that had been manufactured.
3 In an effort to capitalize on its popularity, orchestras and choruses undergoing economic hard times during Japan's reconstruction performed the piece at year's end.
4 With assistance from Libya, Goukouni regained control of the capital and other urban centers by year's end.
5 more than 10,780 cases were pending at year's end.
6 By year's end, the unemployment rate was higher than 20%, and "hunger demonstrations" sometimes gave way to riots.
7 Despite complaints, even by APL members, all churches, mosques, monasteries, and other religious institutions had been closed or converted into warehouses, gymnasiums, and workshops by year's end.
8 by year's end, the funds for the re-integration program proved inadequate;
9 By year's end there were over fifty camps.
10 The film was the best-performing Star Trek film in international markets until 2009's Star Trek film, and Paramount's best showing in markets such as New Zealand, making $315,491 from 28 sites by year's end.
11 The film was also issued in a limited 2-disc LaserDisc in November 1999, making it one of the last feature films to be issued in this format, as LaserDiscs ceased manufacturing and distribution by year's end.
12 Two other events followed before year's end, one at California Hall and one at the Matrix.
13 It consistently won its time-slot and consistently was in the top 20 national shows at year's end On 14 November 2006 Backyard Blitz was axed by the Nine Network after seven years on air.
14 In March 1928, the company relocated to Burbank, California, and by year's end reported sales exceeding one million dollars.
15 Russian troops had not secured the Chechen capital of Grozny by year's end.
16 The group had mostly completed the album by year's end and planned to release it in the fourth quarter, but after the shift of global politics in a conservative direction, highlighted by the UK's Brexit referendum and the 2016 US presidential election, they chose to put the record on hold and reassess its tone.
17 By year's end, the Democratic governor of Missouri, Warren E. Hearnes, warned that Johnson would lose the state by 100,000 votes, despite winning by a margin of 500,000 in 1964.
18 By year's end, it was clear that current pacification efforts were ineffectual, as had been the air campaign.
19 At year's end, the Wrecking Ball Tour was named Top Draw for having the top attendance out of any tour by the Billboard Touring Awards.
20 At year's end, he appeared briefly in friend and fellow writer-director Richard Kelly's Southland Tales, in which he played the legless conspiracy theorist General Simon Theory.
21 At year's end, he was ranked sixth in the world in the long jump and seventh in the 100 m. At the start of 1981, Lewis's best legal long jump was his high school record from 1979.
22 At year's end, Lewis was again awarded the top rankings in the 100 m and the long jump and was additionally ranked number one in the 200 m, and for the third year in a row he was awarded the Athlete of the Year title by Track &
23 In 1986, Johnson defeated Lewis convincingly at the Goodwill Games in Moscow, clocking a new low-altitude record of 9.95 s. At year's end, Johnson was ranked number one, while Lewis slipped to number three, having lost more races than he won.
24 The film performed well at the box office, and by year's end had grossed $23 million in U.S. theatrical rentals.
25 by that year's end Alexander Wells, formerly of Baltimore, Maryland and later of Cross Creek Township, Pennsylvania, established a trading post (together with his Baltimore cousin Richard Owings).
26 By year's end he had finished his 14 Romances (Op. 34), whose final section, Vocalise, became one of his most popular pieces.
27 By year's end, when it was fully constructed, the United States Hotel was not only the first hotel in Atlantic City but also the largest in the nation.
28 All of them worked for wages, dividing the profits at year's end.
29 "Down on the Corner" and "Fortunate Son" climbed to No. 3 and No. 14, respectively, by year's end.
30 The first pressing sold out in a few weeks, and by year's end it had gone through more pressings totaling several thousand copies.