Both MacBook and iPhone 6 deals fall under Black Friday Frenzy
Players can purchase Loose Change, Super $100 Frenzy
, Super $500 Frenzy
and $300,000,000 Cash Spectacular at more than 8,200 Lottery retailers statewide.
At the peak of the frenzy
, two million tickets an hour were being sold, even though the odds were 76 million to one.
99, and Pet Frenzy
officials say retailers can expect margins of around 100%.
An asbestos bankruptcy typically spawns a feeding frenzy
of new claims because of the collision of two laws, Section 524(g) of the Bankruptcy Code and the law of unintended consequences, often felt acutely by insurers.
proprietress Chloe Eudaly, who has yet to visit Japan, sums up her customers this way: "Different people come to appreciate Japanese culture in different ways, and they don't necessarily go for anything outside of their particular niche.
Gay pride is like file holidays, I love Christmas until I get sucked into the frenzy
of all those relatives and start wondering how much weight I'll gain.
I knew some would be targeted in the genocidal frenzy
because they were Tutsis.
At the close of trading, Netscape was valued at more than US$2 billion and the frenzy
of high-tech stock-buying had begun.
These reversals are sharpest where the high-tech frenzy
has been the greatest.
Of course, cash flow and burn rate are major factors in building a strong capital base, Although these phrases emerged in the late 1990s' investment frenzy
, any market condition requires that companies closely watch these details.
And a frenzy
it is: 20 years after the advent of the computer age, Americans use more paper than ever.
It had a feeling about it suggestive of a feral swarm, a feeding frenzy
that somehow overwhelmed the thing it supposedly was about, this "art" thing that in Manhattan had always been neighborhood specific or even bar specific - I mean Cedar Tavern specific, or Max's Kansas City specific, or SoHo specific; an element of contrivance had slipped in, something "simulacral," to use a word very popular at the time.
The Gary Hart/Donna Rice frenzy
offers an occasional point of comparison in light of the research Sabato has already done.
When the media find a hot new scandal, they engage in what political scientist Larry Sabato calls a "feeding frenzy