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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 first competitively bid award last week was from the U.
This work was awarded competitively to Multimax under the company's Technical Services Procurement (TSP) contract with the Maryland Department of Budget and Management.
Even when she was at her lowest point, she said she always believed she'd be able to play again competitively.
This substantial reduction in fabric cost allows us to offer high quality 10-11 ounce fleece garments with the superior characteristics of Organik, yet priced competitively between Russell Athletic(R) and Champion(R) (major U.
Supported by a comprehensive portfolio of purchasing contracts for health care providers, Amerinet provides its members with a choice of quality, competitively priced products and services supplied by industry leaders.
All London and Copenhagen bus services are now competitively contracted.
To remain positioned competitively in the information age marketplace, a company should start converting paper-based data to electronic images today," Goldstein said.
Earlier today, Toshiba released news of the HD-A20, a 1080p HD DVD player priced competitively at $599, offering a more affordable path to get the highest resolution output.
She played club soccer for several years and didn't start running competitively until her freshman year at Thousand Oaks.
We have obtained numerous coating company approvals for Flash OFF, and are progressing in our initiative to deliver our innovative and competitively advantageous product for the U.
They told us loud and clear in focus groups that they wanted new product guaranteed in stock and priced competitively.
Offering consumers a full range of premium-quality, competitively priced films in the most popular film speed choices -- 100, 200 and 400 ISO -- new 35mm High Definition film complements Polaroid's multipurpose 35mm OneFilm introduced in 1989.

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