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at the last count

At the time when something was last counted or tallied. At the last count, 50 people were coming to this event, so we're definitely going to need to bring in more chairs.
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at the last ˈcount

according to the latest information about the numbers of something: She’d applied for 30 jobs at the last count.
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The Build the Budget crowdfunding initiative has breached the PS52,000 mark at last count with all money raised going directly to manager Dean Keates to build his first team squad.
Aoibheann and Padraic are the dynamic duo behind www.farmsafety4kids.net which, at last count, has reached an impressive 3.8 million unique visitors since going live in 2014.
Yet who rages about Prince Charles "earning" more than Rooney, PS19,051,000 at last count. Meanwhile, Man U, not the tax-payer, delivers Wayne's weekly bung and he doesn't get perks like the Prince.
Trader Joe's, a specialty grocery store chain with 395 units at last count (about half of which are in California), was founded by Joe Coulombe in 1958 as a greater Los Angeles network of Pronto Market convenience stores.
Though officially still a Communist country, China has a booming free-market economy that's creating a lot of wealth-146 billionaires and more than a million millionaires at last count, according to Forbes.com.
At last count, four of the seven people elected as Independents are now propping up the Labour administration at the Town Hall.
At last count, Arkansas was home to nine Zaxby's "fast-casual chicken restaurants."
But the worse things go for Bush, the more the number of seats in play increases--to thirty-six at last count, according to the Cook Political Report.
At last count, over 20 major mainstream hotel chains are now enticing gay travelers through marketing efforts.
The Court handed down a horrible decision, basically saying, as Bullock puts it, "church property can be taken for a Costco, a farm can be turned into a factory, and a neighborhood can be leveled for a shopping mall." But the popular and legislative response to Kelo has been as heartening as the ruling was dispiriting: Citizens voiced their outrage, and at last count some 30 state legislatures have introduced or promised legislation to curb eminent domain abuse.
At last count, the DoE employed some 4,777 people, and not one could come to Utah this year, but last year, when federal control was more at stake, not just one, but several DoE officials showed up.
At last count, 65 hotels and resorts lined the hotel areas main street, the 22-kilometer Boulevard Kukulcan, named after a Mayan god.
At last count, the Hudson Valley was home to 60-plus biopharmaceutical firms, ranging from pharmaceutical giants like Wyeth and Novartis to fast-growing biotechnology firms like Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Acorda Therapeutics.