cheapness


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Synonyms for cheapness

Synonyms for cheapness

a price below the standard price

tastelessness by virtue of being cheap and vulgar

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Lucknow/New Delhi (Uttar Pradesh) [India] October 25( ANI ): Congress leader Raj Babbar on Wednesday slammed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Vinay Katiyar for supporting the youth for reciting 'Shiv Chalisa' inside the premises of the Taj Mahal, and said this is cheapness.
Lower production costs mean lower prices, but does that cheapness lead to cheeriness?
allies who fall under the influence of a Russian cyber attack fostered by a Russian president who has foregone the expense of atomic build-up for the relative ease and cheapness of a cyber mission.
though because of their cheapness and simplicity they were often in use at the same time as more sophisticated ignition systems--especially in Asia.
The second day of the workshop addressed signage standards, where experts explained that ground markings are very important to traffic safety; due to the cheapness and availability of such tools.
The document also bans the trade turnover of vodka in plastic containers, for example, in plastic glasses popular among people with alcoholic addiction due to their availability and cheapness.
Its cheapness and ease of supply are particularly attractive to young people and others on low incomes, and it eliminates the price incentive for existing smokers to quit the habit.
Pubs have been going out of fashion in recent years, driven to closure by conversation-killing headphone-based entertainment and the cheapness of takeaway beer.
The most noteworthy features are its cheapness and high efficiency.
If Turkey's cheapness also attracts tourists eager for a cheap deal, Ryanair and easyJet could stand to gain from an increase in passenger numbers.
The poll of 2,479 UK adults, including 552 in the 16-24 age range, showed that 51 per cent of the 16-24 year olds said they were likely to drink more on holiday than at home, with 62 per cent attributing this to the cheapness of alcohol abroad.
Supermarkets have a lot to answer for and, yes, they get us variety and cheapness but most of us don't see their dark side until we have a scare or a scandal.
htm) Archos 101 XS last year and were left disappointed by the cheapness of its construction and poor quality of its screen, but early reports from Vegas claim the new Titanium range to be much improved.
The cheapness and abundance of petroleum has led to neglect in the study of coal over the past half century, says Mazumder (emeritus, Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology, India), but for a number of reasons, coal may soon become important again as a primary source of energy, especially in India.