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  1. OMG…you are beyond the beyonds, to quote a phrase from a McCourt book. Pray tell, from what source are you referencing your stance? I haven’t yet seen any.

  2. This is an excerpt from a University of Virginia paper which is self-explanatory. Please note that this institute higher learning uses the phrase “First Annual”. I guess you know better, huh you tool.
    Washington’s First Annual Message to Congress
    8 January 1790, New York City
    Federal Hall, Wall & Broad Streets

  3. The phrase/word in question is “First” Annual.
    You must have been quite the test taker in Yonkers public schools.

  4. from definition of annual:
    1. of, for, or pertaining to a year; yearly: annual salary.
    2. occurring or returning once a year: an annual celebration.
    3. Botany . living only one growing season, as beans or corn.
    4. performedor executed during a year
    From Merriam Webster:
    occurring or happening every year or once a year : yearly
    I don’t know how anal you are and how many sites you surfed to come up with your own definition of the word, but you are a schmuck.

  5. “to be described as annual, an event has to have happened in at least two successive years. The “intent” for an event to occur in subsequent years isn’t enough, thusly labeling the first event annual vs. first annual”
    Guess you missed this in your Yonkers public school English class

  6. don’t give a hoot about this event, but what do you mean there’s no such thing as “first annual” If this event is intended to be an annual event and this is the first one of its kind, that it is correct. Your’re not only bored you’re stupid.

  7. “An elegant evening with the man you call Dad.”
    (Stepfather, Grandfather, Uncle, Brother, Friend or Mentor)
    That is soooo effin’ funny. Everyone knows that the grandma is the Mom AND Dad in the hood…

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