circulation


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circulation

Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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9-percent circulation gain, to 40,483, when comparing the six months ending Sept.
The Telegram & Gazette, the state's third largest newspaper, had an average daily circulation of 72,871 and a Sunday circulation of 83,237.
Remaining with a circulation of more than 19,000 from April 2008, circulation was at its highest for the November 27 edition, when it hit over 20,000.
45 percent drop in Sunday circulation for the six months ended Sept.
Throughout the 20th century, rising concentrations of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide warmed the atmosphere and ocean surface, but not enough to slow the thermohaline circulation.
Two months ago, Hoy New York announced that its estimated circulation for the September 2003 period would be in the range of 45,000-55,000 daily.
announced a sharp decline in profit and as it deals with the problems caused by two of its properties inflating circulation numbers.
Inflating circulation is viewed as a form of theft from advertisers, since advertising rates are based largely on circulation.
ABC-audited magazines generated more than $16 billion in advertising sales and more than $10 billion in circulation revenue in 2002, according to Magazine Publishers of America.
Lymph fluid, when circulation is optimum, is like a clear liquid.
Effective in January 2003, the magazine's circulation was increased by 20 percent to 6,000, with a focus on the demolition industry, C&D Recycler sales manager Ed Gallo says.
Subscription Marketing, a bimonthly publication for circulation professionals, has been acquired from Blue Dolphin Group, Wayland, Mass.