America's two premier infrastructure manufacturers are paying dearly
for their lack of UMTS development.
The experiment failed miserably, with ``The Practice'' paying dearly
This might be possible in the current arena of robust price increases, were it not for the industry's legacy of woefully inadequate pricing from 1997 through 2000, for which insurers are still paying dearly
, and the gaping shortfall in reserves set aside to pay future claims.
While Hall hopes her diligence in keeping her daughters' skin protected will pay off later in their lives, those in their 20s and 30s are currently paying dearly
for the carefree sun-worshipping days of their youth.
corporations have been slow to adapt to the changing dynamics of life in the workplace - and many are paying dearly
Used to paying dearly
for imported goods, shoppers marveled at Super Sal's price tags, both for packaged goods and fresh produce, purchased nightly at the Grand Central Market to keep costs down.
You can bet that every taxpayer in the Seattle area will be paying dearly
for this project," Means said.
All taxpayers - especially those in Los Angeles, Burbank and Glendale, who have paid dearly to maintain their own energy supply - now are paying dearly
to keep the lights burning bright from Beverly Hills to San Francisco.
He eventually tries to do the right thing,'' Spacey cautioned of the ``Confidential'' character, ``and ends up paying dearly