price of admission


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In this generally strong book, this chapter alone is worth the price of admission.
Washington, which makes Du Bois seem gentle by comparison, is alone worth the price of admission.
has been a close observer of the role (or lack of it) of women in the Bible, and these lectures are peppered with asides that are controversial and worth the price of admission.
So the price of admission to elective office keeps rising at a breakneck pace.
The price of admission included open trade and liberal markets.
For entertainment value alone, watching Jean Chretien play out the game until February after the new leader is chosen in November will be worth the price of admission.
In this follow-up to Life on the Limit, the "Prof" does his best to flesh out this text with some seriously uninteresting stats but the book is worth the price of admission for the stories in the first half which are much more interesting than the usual anodyne dross.
But what GSA demands, as the price of admission to the schedule program has been called absurd in court.
This book is worth the price of admission just to encounter the names and snippets of the work of these and literally a dozen or more poets whose work is mostly unknown to Western readers.
Just hearing Mandy Patinkin singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" in Yiddish is worth at least half the price of admission.
The price of admission for the event is one children's book or a donation with which to purchase additional books.
And we have a fantastic offer for Mirror readers - pounds 1 off the price of admission to next week's two-wheel extravaganza.
ISO 9000 may have become the price of admission for doing business in the European Community.
For the same price of admission, adults will be thrilled by both attractions throughout the month of October, starting on Friday the 5th.