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“I had my once-a-week trainer at the house this morning at 5:45 a.m. and I was in a total pool of sweat an hour later.”
“—A record dry season left West Palm Beach, Fla., with just 22 days worth of fresh water last month, prompting new rules restricting residents to once-a-week watering schedules for lawns and plants.”
“Activists are trying to hold once-a-week strikes throughout Syria.”
“Ding strips will return next Wednesday on a once-a-week schedule.”
“While several larger cities in the U.S., including New York City and Portland, offer a once-a-week street closure for pedestrian and sports use, what makes the tiny Boulder Green Streets event a very BIG idea is the fact that Griffith has made it scalable, to neighborhoods throughout the city.”
“The regulator also uses the data in its once-a-week "commitments of traders" reports, which offer a public snapshot of large trader positions.”
“We break our wines up into three color coded price categories: Daily Wines for everyday drinking (under $12), Weekly Wines for that once-a-week splurge ($12-$19. 99), and Monthly Wines for special occasions like Thanksgiving, Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc ($20-$49. 99) They also decipher the label so customers can understand the basics like which word is the region, and which is the grape, etc.”
“I grew up decidedly middle class: Soda was a once-a-week luxury (Friday nights, and only one bottle, in part because there was a ten cent deposit per bottle) yet we were able to eke by.”
“But at a once-a-week afterschool program run by University of Iowa researchers at an elementary school here, he has started opening up.”
“Bydureon, a once-a-week version of twice-daily Byetta, was originally submitted for approval in May 2009.”
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