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cost

1. 
a. the amount paid for a commodity by its seller
b. (as modifier): the cost price
2. Law the expenses of judicial proceedings
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The attack on the innocent people will cost dearly to PTI politics.
We always take quality, run length and cost per output into consideration; if you get it wrong, it can cost dearly.
Mismanaging personal funds may cost dearly on the financial front.
Experts do not see anything bad in the state interventionism but they predict that this practice could cost dearly if it is not within the market logic.
Ordinary Russians should be made to understand that permitting Putin to continue will cost dearly.
This must be considered during your R&D, as getting it wrong can cost dearly.
Private TV channel quoted Rana Mashhud as saying "describing Nawaz Sharif his leader has cost dearly to Javed Hashmi.
But it is these moves from commercially attractive dates to mid-week afternoons that have cost dearly.
The analysts believe that Islamabad could go ahead with the IP project if it strikes a government-to-government deal with Russia against the increasing pressure from the US, which has threatened the country that a gas pipeline project with Iran could cost dearly to its already shaky economy.
mde be msu At times at Augusta he looked like his moment was coming with some quite superb ball-striking that had him very much in the hunt - only for his putting to ultimately cost dearly in the end.