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an amount paid or to be paid for a purchase

a loss sustained in the accomplishment of or as the result of something

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the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold)

value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something

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the high value or worth of something

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a monetary reward for helping to catch a criminal

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cost of bribing someone

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United States operatic soprano (born 1927)

determine the price of

ascertain or learn the price of

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There's no love lost between us, I assure you,' said Miss Price, tying her bonnet strings with a jerk.
With this parting benediction, Miss Price swept from the room, followed by the huge Yorkshireman, who exchanged with Nicholas, at parting, that peculiarly expressive scowl with which the cut-and- thrust counts, in melodramatic performances, inform each other they will meet again.
ITEM: The Oregonian for November 28 called for Congress to authorize Medicare "to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies for lower medicine prices.
OPEC ministers recognize that under certain circumstances the accruing stocks could precipitate a sudden, temporary drop in crude prices similar to the one observed in natural gas last spring.
Median prices per square foot saw similar increases.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) said in its latest report, "Crude oil prices have eased somewhat from their September peak, amid much speculation of 'demand destruction' and rising stocks.
The model assumes that stock prices will increase at the risk-free interest rate (B15) minus the expected dividend yield (B16), then plus or minus the price volatility (B12) assumed for the stock.
Companies tend to base their prices on costs, instead of the value that customers reap from a product or service.
This imbalance results in "fundamentally higher" prices for reclaimed PET and HDPE, he says.
org/powershow Number of exhibitors in 2005:240 Price of one exhibit space: 10' by 10' and up- prices to be determined 2006: Jan 27-29, Columbus, OH 2007: Jan 26-28, Columbus, OH
It's not like 15 years ago, when most colleges and universities set price based on what was necessary to balance the budget (and, for public institutions, what would be politically acceptable).
It then illustrates the connection between third-degree price and wage discrimination for one particular case.
Example: Ancillary Profits newsletter tested $97 and $127 annual prices, and received 11% MORE BUYERS at the higher price.
But instead of climbing during the year's heaviest driving period, the Auto Club reported that prices have fallen nearly 28 cents since Memorial Day to $2.