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Bell-ringing the harmonic an octave above the strike tone of a bell
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Leah Blum, communications manager at El Camino Hospital, said the video e-mail costs a nominal fee of between $10 and $25.
It's a very convenient system and we think it's appropriate for noncustomers to pay a nominal fee for the privilege of using the system,'' said Russ Yarrow, a Bank of America spokesman.
Since no taxpayer money was earmarked for developing and maintaining the service, online customers are charged a nominal fee for each transaction to cover credit card and associated processing costs.
Instead, Buffett - whose stock now trades at $35,500 a share - may tell investors through advertisements that the new shares are available from local brokers, who would be paid a nominal fee, the people said.
asp and for a nominal fee, order a UPS shipping label by clicking the "Recycle Now" button.
FBTR is an internet based and Home party direct-sell woman's handbag emporium that encourages customers to borrow an authentic designer purse for a month and for a nominal fee, and then exchange it for another.
The back issues are currently stored on disk and may be accessed by subscribers or by visitors to the site for a nominal fee, which will be waived during the introductory period.
Each time a video commercial is viewed, a nominal fee (.
At the maturity of the lease, Distributed Power will have the right to buy the Projects back for a nominal fee.