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Synonyms for costly

entailing great loss or sacrifice


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having a high price

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Rajkot (Gujarat) [India], Jan 28 ( ANI ): Left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat, who became the costliest Indian player at Rs 11.
Hurricane Maria now ranks as the third costliest weather and climate disaster on record for the nation and Irma ranks as the fifth costliest," said the report.
There have been quite a few big-ticket transactions all through 2017, with the costliest being the Dh102 million for a penthouse on Omniyat Properties' under development One Palm.
See the infographic below for statistics from Travelers for the costliest wedding insurance claims from Travelers between 2011 and 2015.
From an insurance perspective, severe convective storm (SCS) was the costliest peril (USD12.
Second costliest region is the South East at PS238, followed by the South West on PS231.
One" and Akshay Kumar's "Blue", both of which are deemed as the costliest Bollywood films to have been made with a budget of a[sup.
Eqecat says insured losses will total $10 billion to $20 billion, which could make Sandy the third costliest U.
The second costliest storm would be the 1928 Okeechobee (Florida) Hurricane at about $65 billion, according to the report.
Japan damage "Two of the 10 costliest natural disasters since 1950 - the earthquakes in Japan and New Zealand - have occurred this year.
9 quake that hit San Francisco on April 18, 1906, occurred in the same place today, it would rank as the United States' costliest natural disaster--with the possible exception of the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, says Vranes.
Trust the Americans to have the biggest, best and costliest public toilets in the world.
After Hurricane Katrina became the costliest catastrophe in American history, hurricanes Rita and Wilma caused even more damage.
The Russian capital was found to be the costliest city on the planet, 12 per cent dearer to live in than London and nearly 25 per cent more expensive than New York City.
The study found that facilities in Stamford, Connecticut, have the costliest average rate at $347 per day; the room rate average is lowest in Shreveport, Louisiana ($88 per day).