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competitive

Business sufficiently low in price or high in quality to be successful against commercial rivals
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ArabianChain, founder and CEO, said this is first ever global venture using frontier technology in Islamic Capital markets and we believe that the Islamic finance ecosystem will benefit from this transparent, efficient as well as competitively priced platform.
The issue has been very competitively priced and would enhance the capital adequacy of the Bank by about 45 bps.
The researchers focused on how students' motivation to learn, as well as their interest and performance in math, was affected by playing a math video game either individually, competitively, or collaboratively.
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.
San Francisco-based Recology has exclusive rights to collect waste and recycling in the city and has never competitively bid for the contract.
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.
While grants under all three initiatives are now awarded competitively, the initial noncompetitive process for High Growth grants was not adequately documented and did not include key players.
The property is priced to sell and competitively valued.
Aled Ellis, marketing manager, at The Needham Group said: "If you attend the show you will see that the 2006 ciSeries is a high quality range of CIJ printers and still the most competitively priced currently available.
The Eastalco smelter was idled in December 2005 because it could not secure a competitively priced long-term electrical power arrangement.