Press-time sentence example

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  • At press time of July, 2011, there has been much speculation about how the Obama Administration's health care reform bill will affect the price of health insurance.

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  • What's more, at press time of August 2011, customers purcashing $50 or more in office supplies receive free shipping.

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  • The ultimate New York Zoo coupon at press time is for the Staten Island Zoo.

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  • Opportunities at press time included free admission for Texas residents with a Lone Star Card and free admission for active military members and their families.

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  • The prices quoted in the article are current at press time of December, 2009.

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  • Unfortunately, as of press time in January 2010, you'll be hard-pressed to find a savings account with a percentage like that.

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  • As we stated above, the state of the economy at press time has weakened high yield accounts.

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  • Everbank has a promotion at press time of 2.25 percent for a new money market account (quite similar to a savings account) for three months.

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  • At press time of September, 2010, Memphis Zoo members were allowed to bring a non-member guest for half-price.

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  • For example, at press time of December 2010, recently expired online deals included 3% off online orders, or 10% off mugs or transfer paper.

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  • At press time of October, 2010, the cost for a single park, one day adult ticket to Disney World is $82, and a child's ticket for guests age 3-9 is $74.

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  • Military professionals should visit the site DIS to find a clearinghouse of deals, such as buy so many days, get one free, and $300 off a hotel stay (at press time of November 2010).

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  • For example, at press time of November 2010, AAA members can receive 200 "Disney Dollars" per room when booking with select hotels, special discounts in resort properties, hotel room discounts, and more.

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  • At press time of December 2010, the company offered free shipping on orders of more than $100.

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  • Readership at press time of May 2011 is more than 1.5 million.

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  • At press time of May 2011, the site doesn't require a subscription to access most features, but you may need to establish an account to participate in the community sections.

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  • At press time of May 2011,Yoga Journal's subscription base is 350,000.

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  • For example, at press time in December 2009, Yoga Toes in two discontinued colors were on sale for $24.97.

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  • Approximate cost of IYTA teacher training is nearly $6,000 at press time of February, 2010.

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  • At press time of December 2010, collections included "Yoga Favorites", "Mahdia Collection", and "Travel Friendly".

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  • Yoga Journal continues to thrive, even in the down economy of recent years, with approximately 350,000 subscriptions at press time of March 2011.

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  • But even then, a small job should only take a few days, and sometimes can be ready on the same day, depending upon scheduled press time.

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