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In the sixth months that ended July 31, sales were $242 million, a 133% year-over-year increase.

The service is planned to launch before year-end with a price of $10 per month or $80 per year.

The Premiere subscription is $30 per month, which includes 2 TB of iCloud storage, as well as the rest of the services.

With under two months until Oceanside’s police chief is set to retire, residents have raised concerns about the city’s hiring process for his replacement, and the city manager has paused the process to reconsider its approach.

Now the PPP funds have run out, and we’re well into month six of a lockdown that doesn’t show signs of ending anytime soon.

China accounted for more than half of EU pork exports in the first six months of the year, government data show.

While most of the Atlantic’s new subscribers have converted from the Atlantic’s site, a dependable chunk — normally around 6% per month, Finnegan said — come in via those two formats.

You know, some of your teams are in places where the coronavirus has really taken off in the last couple of months, in Florida and in Texas hospital facilities have been getting close to capacity.

Fine if quarantine lasted a month, but we’re six months in now.

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Care of the rooms was strictly included in the boarder's twenty dollars a month, but Kern was not thinking of it that way exactly.

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