Men in this age range who lose track
of their cash "mysteriously spend" an average of $59 per week, or $3,078 per year, with more than half (56 percent) saying their cash "disappears" during a night out.
And you lose track
of what they do, but you know you're making an impact on people's lives that's going to carry them.
But there's absolutely no reason to lose track
of the email contacts you really care about just because you change your email address.
With this new service, mylifepath registrants will never lose track
of an important article again.
Adding to the confusion, the mayor's wife is missing and the lawyer begins to lose track
of whom he has told what.
Often in the rush for needing to find the right present, needing to take care of everybody, every party, we lose track
of those things and get overwhelmed.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 11, 1999--As technology grows and changes at a record pace, it's easy to lose track
of what's current and what's not, especially for those in the throes of day-to-day data center management.
Some people just keep their connection up all the time, whether they are using it or not, or they lose track
of time while online," said Coleman.
The preview frame is always visible as the user looks at Web pages, so the user doesn't lose track
of search results and previews.
Once you link to someone in PlanetAll, you will never lose track
of that person again.
Never lose track
of information again with this global search
Anything that makes you lose track
of time has something going for it, even if it gets frustrating when certain categories of music come up way short of being complete.