at the last count

at the last count

When something was lasted counted or tallied up. At the last count, 50 people were coming to this event, so we're definitely going to need to bring in more chairs.
See also: count, last

at the last ˈcount

according to the latest information about the numbers of something: She’d applied for 30 jobs at the last count.
See also: count, last
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At the last count only one had confirmed and it'll be a pretty boring show if there's only one stand to visit.
While ordinary working folk are still being hammered by this Coalition government, MPs are still filling their boots with unlimited expense claims totalling PS95m at the last count.
How many of the 4,578 unemployed in Swansea, at the last count, would have jumped at the chance of that job?
The club have become a financial juggernaut - at the last count, 23 commercial partners and revenue from those sources was close to PS80million for the last six months of 2012.
At the last count I was missing four odd socks, meaning I had lost four pairs.
The people in charge, who I might add, take about pounds 590,000 wages at the last count should all resign and start afresh with people who care.
At the last count, the firm had a turnover of pounds 63million but administrators Deloitte cited a drop in sales at the end of last year as part of the reason for the collapse.
Niti Dua, the 18- year- old star of the show, at the last count had 5,500 followers on Facebook and a steady fan base of around 11,000 on YouTube , where the show airs.
At the last count, around 80,000 jobs are expected UK-wide in this burgeoning sector - with a massive 30,000 winging their way to the North-east alone.
At the last count 14 ships are being held by pirates in the Gulf of Aden and Indian
Still, there's plenty of other motors in the garage - more than 20 at the last count.
At the last count, 68,000 people earned either a primary or secondary living on the site.
We can't, and at the last count I don't think the EU was planning to review this legislation.
At the last count, just 76 out of 359 authorities in England have used the powers.
Well, at the last count several hundred million copies of the Bible dotted the world, each guilty of the most flagrant case of data duplication.