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Annual sales total 850 million litres (1.5 billion Imperial or 1.8 billion US pints).
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Ultimately it shouldn't matter if it's a good game - total sales is what matters.
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$450 in total annual fees paid.
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Agreed, a dollar estimate of total gold sales would have probably been better.
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Most sold within 24 hours with total sales a bit over $200.
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Total sales figure was $776.73.
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Cut off the scalp and put them in cookies for the annual bake sale take that amanda ross hope you like hair in your shortbread cookies you cunt
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Again, even if it reached 10,000 defects in total sales which is 10 million, that would actually only mean 0.1% (sorry for the mistake earlier).
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In restaurants the server HAS to tip out the kitchen, so if you had a great server but shitty food, don't stiff them, they'll still have to pay a % of their total sales to the kitchen anyways, so the only person who feels the bite is the nice server :( Shitty system, but thats the way they do it here.
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Last year the total sales added up to 5 000 million in the country.
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If you take those 500 million out of the total sales, that's roughly 10% of the sales of the year.
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IMHO, tipping out on total sales is almost always the most fair option for everyone involved.
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The restaurants that I've worked at have always been based on total sales (10% of expected tips or 2% of total sales, same number) the best logical reason is that if a server winds up somehow getting only drinkers, they're still the ones giving the service, same as taking food from the kitchen.
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Going to the semi-annual sale today and getting a pretzel.I'm pretty damn excited.
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If I transfer someone's bar tab to a table for a server to take over, then I get tipped out 18% of the total (sales) that got transferred out.
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I get tipped out 5% of total bar sales from each server.
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Its equivalent to to the retail sales model of lowering your markup percentage and increasing total sales to end up making more money.
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Not all places, but a lot of them require "tip out" which makes you pay x% (like 1 or 2) of your total sales to bartenders bussers etc.
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Hopefully the salespeople will be less aggressively attentive during the semi-annual sale when there are a LT of customers and some of them might actually want help...
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The radio commercial for Jeep where they talk about taking your new jeep to see the Northern lights and then talk about this annual sale and say "Like the Aurora Borealis, it only comes around once a year!"
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Not usually split, but servers do pay a tip share, which is a percentage of their total sales to the bar/barback, so when you don't tip they really get screwed.
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When you say "you have to pay more", do you mean "withholding from paychecks is higher during the year, then you get a rebate", or do you mean "total annual tax bill is higher if you make X from two jobs than if you had made same X from one job" ?
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Now divide that into the total number of sales for the series.
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Current estimates of the digital "share" of total book sales range from 1/4 to 1/3, which yeah, is really impressive for a format only a decade old.
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I also had to tip out the busboys and chefs, 2.5% of my total sales to each.
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A place for the cd/book/movie shop next door to have its annual mega sale... And now it's a political office for our senator.
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If you ever sell on ebay, you lose ~15% due to ebay fees and paypal fees of your total sale.
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I'm curious as to what your total annual mileage was for those years.
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The Container Store is having its annual Elfa sale 30% off!
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Semi-annual sales would qualify.
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That location does three times the annual sales of the average In-n-Out.
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I was researching USO (and other USCF ETFs today) and came here to see if others noticed in the prospectus the total annual fund expenses are almost double their listed management fees in some cases (USO is 0.45% management but 0.76% total).
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For a company that can't seem to break 5M in annual sales, this is pretty common use for traffic data.
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The Victoria's Secret semi-annual sale ends today.
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Dillard's has their big annual sale on Jan 1 every year.
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How much have you spent total on Steam sale?
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The red line shows the total number of sales and rentals for a given number of $6 sales.
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Because generally there are support staff you have to share tips with, which is based on a percentage of total sales.
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I'm not sure how steadfast the rule of 10% growth from week to week is, but interestingly enough, if you began by running only 2 miles your first week of the year, and increased by only 10% of the previous weeks mileage, by Week 52 you'd be at 258 miles (assuming I made my excel spreadsheet right) and would bring you to an annual total of 2,821 miles...Nice...
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we always did total sales.
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Well guess what someone else there who did nothing for that one bottle of wine is getting tipped out on it because it goes towards the servers total sales.
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Any additional difference between your OTD quote and the total between sale price and the DMV fees would be dealer's fees/profit.
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In this case you'd measure your performance as net return, sum of total sales proceeds less total cost basis divided by total cost basis, in excess of the S&P performance over the same period.
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Unfortunately, Victoria secret had three bras in my size for the semi annual sale :(
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It is known that the total of the sales and the rentals is 2,000,000.
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It is true that there are loads of ways of making $15Million by combining different numbers of rentals for $6 and sales for $15, but only one of those ways adds up to two million total sales and rentals.
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Today alone, usually one of our slower days, the total sales for retail was almost $1000.
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The total annual fees on the A shares of the 1st portfolio you listed is 1.24% (yes this is pretty high).
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HOWEVER, the total annual fees for the B or C shares of the same portfolio is 1.99%(!).
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Just for figures comparison, if you were in the UK on that salary, your total annual tax would be $10,915 and out of that $2,145 goes toward healthcare.
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