How to use Hit-the-shelves in a sentence

hit-the-shelves
  • They haven't hit the shelves everywhere yet.

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  • When her newest scent, Covet, hit the shelves in July 2007, it joined its predecessor, Lovely, in becoming a near-instant top seller.

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  • His most recent album, Release Therapy, hit the shelves in September 2006.

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  • Every week, celebrity gossip magazines hit the shelves and there is more than enough sexy photos in the pages to keep any hungry fan happy.

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  • Nevertheless, several stellar titles hit the shelves that are worth looking at.

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  • Edutainment, racing games, real time strategy titles, and even a Monopoly board game all hit the shelves as fans saw the first new Star Wars movie in years.

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  • After the cartoon special was aired the toys hit the shelves of toy stores everywhere and became one of the most popular toys of the 1980s.

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  • Look for these summer dresses to move into stores when warm weather fashions hit the shelves.

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  • Also due to hit the shelves on June 6 is Glory Road, the sports drama directed by actor James Garner.

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  • Most shoe stores and departments stock a variety of boots when fall and winter styles hit the shelves.

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  • It's no surprise with that kind of cash flow, more new products hit the shelves every week.

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