The operating data show that, even in this cloudy climate, 70 percent of the required yearly light inside the greenhouse comes from the sun.
What does RY stand for?
RY stands for Required Yearly
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of RY
We have 8 other meanings of RY in our Acronym Attic
- Resonant X-Ray Scattering
- Roxas City, Philippines (Airport Code)
- Recreational Extreme Truck (International)
- Reservoir Exploration Technology (Norway)
- Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer (satellite)
- Receiver Training (packet)
- Rear Crossview Mirror (vehicle safety system)
- Real Year
- Rebel Yell
- Rouyn, Quebec (Ontario Northland railway code)
- Royal Bank of Canada (stock symbol)
- Runway (also seen as RNWY and RWY)
- US Revenue Firearms Transfer (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Relatively Yours 3 (genealogy software; trademark of Computability Pty. Ltd.)
- Railroad Yard Masters of America
- Rainbow Youth Alliance (Unitarian Universalist Church of Rockville; Rockville, MD)
- Recombinant Yeast Assay
- Revolutionary Youth Association (India; est. 1995)
- Robert Young Associates (Texas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
What happened is this: companies built up huge pension debts, rolling forward sometimes half (or more) of the required yearly funding for extended periods of time.
On average, 300 new cases are seen at Al Wasl Hospital each year while 16,000 blood units are required yearly C at the facility that also has a 100 per cent occupancy rate throughout the year.
Why is the SORN required yearly and not indefinitely, since should the owner, sell, dispose of or scrap the vehicle, one would complete the necessary form and notify the DVLA?
For instance, if the parents residual income is pounds 25,000, the required yearly contribution will be pounds 588.
The "arm and train" program required yearly presidential certification, which Bill Clinton granted despite Iran's growing dominance in Bosnia.
There were few comparable sales, so those mortgages that required yearly appraisals were often called.
They funded the trust with $15 million, which was invested in securities the income from which would be used to make the trust's required yearly charitable donations.