“I’m soooo counting down to the concert 3 days and counting~ Tomorrow’s going to be a busy day, with much travelling involved to the other side of the island.”
“Add to this the audibly ticking kitchen timer of the title counting down from 12 minutes, and Sarah waving a knife, partly losing her mind, directly at the audience, challenging someone to stop her.”
“Looking for starting pitchers with two starts during a given week will usually give an edge in "counting" categories such as wins and strikeouts, but two bad outings can ruin your "average" categories like ERA and WHIP.”
“I’m 7 weeks in – counting from the beginning of my last cycle, as there are, it transpires, different ways to count – and the automated email that popped into my inbox this morning tells me that the embryo currently resembles a very small Tadpole, which I thought rather fitting.”
“The state's geography, climate and demographics are so unusual that the Census Bureau must begin counting Alaskans early and in person or risk missing a big chunk of the state's population.”
“ALASKA WRITE-IN VOTE COUNT BEGINS NEXT WEDNESDAY - AP: The overseer of Alaska elections says officials will begin counting write-in ballots in the Senate race next Wednesday in Juneau.”
“Election workers plan to begin counting write-in ballots the following day, in Juneau, to avoid keeping citizens and candidates in the dark about whose names are on the ballots, Lt. Gov.”
“They will only begin counting these write-ins if the number of write-in votes exceeds the vote for a candidate on the ballot.”
“The latest tally didn't include potentially tens of thousands of absentee ballots that election officials don't plan to begin counting until Tuesday.”
“Double-counting is a one-shot self-destruct, never larger than the rate of Job rollover any reporting season -- 400,000 seems reasonable maximum.”
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Math in motion.
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