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annus mirabilis(AN-uhs mi-RAB-uh-lis)
plural anni mirabiles (AN-i mi-RAB-uh-leez)
noun: A remarkable year.
[From Latin annus (year) mirabilis (wondrous).]
"We suppose it's anti-climactic that consumer sentiment sank like a stone
to a two-year low, and Xmas sales were not very cheery. So, all in all,
sigh, Y2K wasn't exactly an annus mirabilis."
You can't turn back the clock. But you can wind it up again. -Bonnie Prudden, fitness trainer and author (1914-2011)