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Sentence count:30+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-07Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: by daytake the bull by the hornswell-bredwell behavedsellsellersell outoutsellMeaning: n. a date stamped on perishable produce indicating the date by which it should be sold. 
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1. As a sportsman, he is long past his sell-by date.
2. Don't buy goods which have passed their sell-by date.
3. These policies are way past their sell-by date.
4. This milk is past its sell-by date.
5. Every carton of yoghurt is stamped with a sell-by date.
6. So, is there a sell-by date?
7. Some privatised stocks are nearing their sell-by date.
8. Do women broadcasters have a sell-by date that doesn't apply to men?
9. Could a turkey with a sell-by date of Dec 27 really be off by Dec 25?
10. Butter also has a shorter sell-by date.
11. Even if the food is sold on the sell-by date(, it can still be eaten later.
12. If you're buying in bulk packaging, check the sell-by date, look for cracks and rips in the package.
13. Usually when the body's cells reach their "sell-by date" they commit suicide.
14. This type of games console is starting to look well past its sell-by date .
15. It was past it, a goner, way past its sell-by date.
16. Tips for Buying Fresh Cheeses Always check the recommended sell-by date.
17. The whole place is always going bad, marching relentlessly towards the sell-by date.
18. The song may remain the same, but the advice has well passed its sell-by date.
19. But we can be reasonably sure that the drug company will not guarantee the potency of the sample beyond its sell-by date.
20. Eggs: Properly refrigerated eggs should last at least 3-5 weeks after the sell-by date, according to Professor Joe Regenstein, a food scientist at Cornell University.
21. Or the Nanchang drinks company that scraped off the sell-by date that had expired and added a new one to the bottles.
22. She visited book launches and lectures that had free buffets and scoured supermarkets for discounted food close to its sell-by date.
23. Yogurt: Yogurt will remain good 7-10 days after its sell-by date.
24. The preserved blueberry fruit has moderate content of sugar and water and is acidulous, thus ensuring the nutrient components and sell-by date of the preserve.
25. One side effect of globalization and the related phenomenon of greatly increased mobility is that the traditional definition of "foreigner" has passed its sell-by date.
26. At Whole Foods, the upscale organic grocer that frowns on haggling in its pristine stores, Gault scours the bacon packages in search of one whose sell-by date has come and gone.
27. But today, this emphasis on safety and security is long past its sell-by date.
28. As the international negotiations on climate change struggle to deliver a new and decisive agreement there are those wondering if big international treaties have exceeded their sell-by date.
29. Yoshida accepted now that the company should have thrown the food away after the sell-by date passed and that it would take care from now on.
30. Special shelves are used in 13 supermarkets in Chongqing, to distinguish the food about to reach its sell-by date.
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