dirt cheap


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That still makes oil cheap, just not dirt cheap any more.
CDs are also dirt cheap for fans who need to take back a sweetener for wives or partners to ensure they can go on the next venture.
Its main advantage: It's dirt cheap with rates anywhere as low as 1.
We found dozens of rocking new looks, all for dirt cheap.
Cereal-box lasers Refinements to a polymer-imprinting technique enabled researchers to create little plastic lasers, which may be a step toward dirt cheap laser-based sensors and communications gadgets (164: 53 *).
Drought has demolished crops in many parts of the region while dirt cheap commodity prices have siphoned off financial gain from this year's meager harvests.
But the biggest selling point is that online brokers are dirt cheap.
I was wrong: It's merely dirt cheap compared with that available to civilians.
Here's where the flourishing trade in illegal refrigerant comes in: CFC production not only continues in developing countries, it is dirt cheap to buy.
I'm also including Farmer's Bulletin 1500 on Weatherproofing Earth (about making limewashes and casein milk paints), plus a free copy of The Dirt Cheap Builder's Catalog comes with the booklet.
It's not exactly dirt cheap, but Sharp Electronics Corp.
If I am not doing well, you can try to sell me your lumber dirt cheap, and I am still not going to buy," he points out.
Taking to dais, AML's Sheikh Rashid said that even Islamabad was fast converging into a Federation's most lawless city, with all kind of weapons and explosives selling at dirt cheap prices, while an inept administration had allowed a gory tragedy like Rawalpindi's carnage.