hit stores

hit stores

To become available for purchase at retail locations. Her newest album hits stores this Friday, but you can buy it early from her website right now!
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Apple has sold out of its latest smartphone, with more than five million iPhone 5 sold in the three days since it hit stores, the company said on Monday.
24 is a Friday, so if there's any truth to the rumor, the iPad 3 would probably hit stores that day but be introduced earlier in the month.
The smartphone hit stores Thursday with queues forming outside Apple.
Tesco's own-brand model will hit stores this week priced at pounds 17.
Vera'' will hit stores Tuesday, along with the Mike Nichols-directed drama ``Closer,'' which starred Julia Roberts and Jude Law and featured Oscar-nominated performances by Clive Owen and Natalie Portman.
But these days queer kids--and their hetero pals--have first-rate books to help them find their footing; two charming examples hit stores this month.
4) for Sony's PlayStation 2, which went on sale last March, and 25,000 yen for Nintendo's GameCube, set to hit stores in Japan on September 14.
One difference in this year's season, noted Gray, is that customers will hit stores earlier.
But the price change had yet to hit stores Thursday afternoon, when 50 Cent's 2003 release ``Get Rich or Die Tryin''' was $16.
Even though fans left empty-handed (no advance copies of the single "Music," which hit stores August 22, were available), they left satisfied that the maverick had once again delivered the queer-friendly goods.
In case you missed it, ``American Idol'' winner Ruben Studdard's debut single, ``Flying Without Wings,'' hit stores last Tuesday.
That happened in 1978, when A Single Man hit stores.