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having a high price

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With Sussanne's pricey demand, it is obvious that the couple is nowhere near reconciliation.
Shriver and her broker are said to have looked at a condo at The Carlyle on Wilshire, a pricey condo building near UCLA, reports TMZ.
The REBNY panel also examined the issue of alternatives to the pricey Manhattan markets, with panelists noting a lack of office space in both the Queens and Brooklyn markets.
It's a bit pricey at $449 to $559 (depending on the size), but alleges relief from allergens as well as odors.
As for sweat and pricey equipment not mixing, floppy rubber keyboards that are considered indestructible prevent worries.
com, are inexpensive alternatives to what could be pricey attorney consultations.
Raspe, 1990, is a portrait of the Baader-Meinhof member done in caviar on canvas, one of several such images employing the pricey delicacy to reproduce ordinary media photos.
A little pricey considering a similar device from palmOne with a phone included sells for $150 more
An impact study published 27 April 2005 did confirm that the policy could be pricey for businesses.
A rich patron of the arts contacting the mag for a pricey Canvas purchase just doesn't happen.
Tobin will prove pricey for non-specialty collection, but college-level collections will find this provides the ONLY comprehensive source of primary documents relating to world popular issues, covering the mid-18th century to modern times in an expansive collection unparalleled elsewhere.
In a nation crazed with car racing, the pricey patrol car--with its aerodynamic design and sleek blue paint job--commands respect.
If that sounds too pricey, don't despair: If the program succeeds, Branson says, he will lower the fares enough to attract tens of thousands of people.
The facility will be approximately 16,000 square feet, and though it is somewhat pricey, Gunn says the return on energy saving infrastructure will pay off in six years.