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Synonyms for pound off

partition off into compartments


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It is knocking 5p in the pound off premiums if you sign up before February 27.
One idea under consideration is to take one pound off the current pounds 6 prescription charge each year for the first three years, and then scrap the remaining pounds 3 in the final year.
BEST MATE earned a Postmark of 185 when landing Saturday's Grade 2 Peterborough Chase - just a pound off his Gold Cup-winning figure - and with the prospect of better to come, he was understandably shortened at the head of the King George VI Chase and Gold Cup
"Weight is a greater concern for Sky Car than for conventional airplanes," says Moller, "because we have to lift each pound off the ground vertically." In the case of the four-passenger version, this means a gross weight of 2,400 lb.
With a flourish of trumpets Mr Barber announces 6d in the pound off income tax then proceeds to wipe a smile off our faces by putting a giant levy on the health service.
From Wednesday, Somerfield knock a pound off the usual pounds 5.19 price of this French version of an Australian-style brand.