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a price below the standard price

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Brian owned seven shops across the region including Cut Price Wallpaper and Fire Surrounds on Marton Road, employing 50 staff.
According to a spokesperson for Cut Price Skips, speaking to an interviewer, "We want to be known as the best skip bin hire service provider in the Canberra Australia region.
The company has not taken a decision when and by how much it will cut prices, but the extent of any price cuts is likely to be similar to reductions made by SK Energy, Korea's largest oil refiner.
It will be a while before the shop opens but I will be offering cut price services.
Coun Stephen Lambert, deputy cabinet member for community safety and regulation at Newcastle City Council, said: "The city council does not support the sale of poor quality cut price alcohol, which anyway could lead to binge drinking or alcohol related problems.
The cut price offer is a result of a partnership between the Council and Leeds-based company Blackwall Ltd.
But Asda hit back with a promotion offering cut price sunglasses in 200 stores.
A European Court ruling last July makes it illegal for retailers to bring in cut price gear from abroad -- although some of them have ignored the decision.
CUT price airline easyJet yesterday claimed British Airways was trying to put its Edinburgh to London service out of business.
The club is offering cut price entry to the new South Stand at Broadwood today, with two children getting in free with every paying adult.
Levein was described as a cut-price manager for a cut price team when he took over, but hopefully his new two year extension will reflect the club's rediscovered status.
Manchester United and Arsenal have been told by Veron's representatives he is available at a cut price pounds 25m fee.
The next in line to cut prices significantly will be Asda," Nicla Di Palma, an equity analyst at wealth manager Brewin Dolphin, said.
1m in compensation for losses they incurred in 2005 when the government decided to drastically cut prices without giving time for older, more expensive stocks to be sold.
Both these political deadbeats, Tories and Ukip, blame the Chinese government for destroying the British steel industry, by selling their own steel to us at cut prices.