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competitive

Business sufficiently low in price or high in quality to be successful against commercial rivals
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The issue has been very competitively priced and would enhance the capital adequacy of the Bank by about 45 bps.
One thing for sure - the Vikings are the first and only handball club in the North East to play competitively, the new squad taking on 14 other teams from across Brirtain in the Association.
Both organizations are working to supply the local market with competitively priced aggregate products.
The spacious kitchen The property is competitively priced
We will never know how many layoffs and furloughs or other difficult budget cuts could have been avoided if it had been competitively bid.
Priced to sell and competitively valued, this asset is a must have for any progressive portfolio.
He would not be drawn on what company or models IM Group was intending to bring to the UK and Europe but said they would be competitively priced and of high quality.
Using the factor, that carrier will presumably rate good risks more competitively and bad risks less competitively than the market in general
Many well-governed cities - and this does not include Los Angeles - have learned how to smartly contract out services under a system of time-limited, competitively bid contracts.
Independent retail framers depend upon distributors to have quality, competitively priced mouldings in stock.
By comparing the results of the sale to a similar issue sold competitively by the Boulder Valley School District in February 1999, the report concluded that Cherry Creek would have realized a $1.
Is the program organized competitively, non-competitively, or cooperatively?

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