Sentence Examples

  • Sports Illustrated / CNN: The first name in print sports journalism and the first name in 24-hour cable news have teamed up to provide you with up-to-the-minute coverage of the NFL in a format that you can use for fantasy football.
  • The recording is from an early 80s show, so it's not the most up-to-the-minute Rocky Horror Picture Show experience, but it can still give you a good idea of the kind of audience banter to expect.
  • In addition to featuring extremely timely recaps and scoops, the site also offers up-to-the-minute late, breaking news about the actors and actresses who portray the soap's main characters.
  • Articles on technology or science are readily available online at various sites dedicated to supplying up-to-the-minute information on the latest and best inventions and discoveries.
  • They also recognize that kids often prefer fashion to function and therefore are careful to choose items that are up-to-the-minute in trends, as well as practicality and performance.