At convenience - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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at (one's) convenience
When one has the time to do something. No rush, you can fill out that paperwork at your convenience.
at one's convenience
Also, at one's earliest convenience. Whenever one wishes; also, as soon as one can. For example, Pick up the car any time, at your convenience, or We need that drawing very soon, so please finish it at your earliest convenience. The use of convenience in the sense of "ease" or "absence of trouble" dates from about 1700.
at somebody’s conˈvenience (formal) at a time or a place which is suitable for somebody: Can you telephone me at your convenience to arrange a meeting?
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* JAPAN: Cosmetic makers are raising unit prices and enhancing product lineups at convenience
stores in an effort to boost earnings.
Consumers most likely to shop for food products at convenience
stores are those:
The average sales area at convenience
stores inched up slightly last year to 2,355 square feet - an increase of 25 square feet.
Merchandise sold from retailer deals amounted to 5.4% of total CPG volume at convenience
stores in 2007, down 3.1 points from 2006.
Shoppers in the United Kingdom typically spend about 20% of their food and drink budgets at convenience
Cigarette sales at convenience
stores have been on the rise recently because people cannot buy them from machines unless they have a Taspo age-verification card.