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  • Although occupancy rose to 60 percent, it was still not breaking even.
  • Twenty percent are breaking even and 17 percent are in the red.
  • After nearly 10 years of sales, the company is just breaking even.
  • Lots of women lose money or are barely breaking even by working,
  • Producer Michael Ecker predicted no profit but a possibility of breaking even.
  • The Blue Jays came close to breaking even last season, Starkman said.
  • After four years, she said the business is finally breaking even.
  • They are just probably breaking even or making a little money right now.
  • After breaking even or better, they can then submit their work.
  • Producers are producing plays they think have a better chance of breaking even,
  • Reforma is breaking even from its advertising revenue and circulation, according to Garza.
  • Others, like Japan Airlines, are breaking even, or even losing money.
  • Profits are elusive and often the best result is breaking even.
  • He sees his son's business breaking even around the year 2000.
  • I actually think breaking even is in the realm of possibility.
  • The rail service has never come close to breaking even financially.
  • That business has been breaking even for the past few years.
  • After only a year, you say Apple Daily is just about breaking even.
  • After it had trouble breaking even, they gave up their lease.
  • Foreman said the newspaper is getting close to breaking even.
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