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Expensiveness

Lais
charged Demosthenes 10,000 drachmas for night in bed. [Gk. Hist.: Wallechinsky, 328]
100 Philistine foreskins
price David paid to marry Saul’s daughter. [O. T.: I Samuel 18:25–27]
Vincy, Rosamond
Lydgate’s income did not meet her spendthrift habits. [Br. Lit.: Middlemarch, Magill I, 588–591]
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Seligman (2006) confirms the relative expensiveness of CMBs under the current uniform-price auction format and with off-cycle schedules (in other words, not necessarily conforming to the Thursday-to-Thursday issuance-to-maturity cycle).
There are also reports [33] on the pH-sensitive electrodes based on the mixture of the Ru[O.sub.2] with another, chemically inert oxide, aimed at reduction of material costs derived from the Ru[O.sub.2] expensiveness. In these works however, sensors' performance drop was reported.
To solve the problems of high expensiveness to produce antibodies and multiple injections of an antibody, due to its short life, several vector-mediated gene transfer therapies, designated vectored immunoprophylaxis (VIP), have been developed for long-term expression of bNAbs in infected animals or patients.
Does tipping increase demand by reducing the costs of eating out or perceptions of restaurant expensiveness?; and
The soil application of recommended dose of these fertilizers pose financially great pressure on the economy of the country due to their expensiveness, as well as soil application causes nutrient losses through leaching, volatilization and fixation.
To know the perception of respondents with regard to expensiveness of organic products 43 percent were strongly agreed, 30 percent agreed, 25 percent responded somewhat and just 2 percent disagreed that organic products are more expensive than inorganic products.
Earnings expectations on the other hand are still being revised downwards, adding to the perception of equities' expensiveness. The US stock market, where the 12-month forward price to earnings (PE) ratio is the highest of all developed market regions and is now nearly two standard deviations above its historic 10-year average is at the centre of the pundits' concerns.
"While global equity markets have recovered strongly from their February lows, receding fears on US and China growth, and further easing measures by European Central Bank (ECB) and Bank of Japan (BoJ) and the recovery in oil prices, a continuation of the rally would require stronger economic data and improved earnings momentum given global equities' expensiveness at present," said Denis.
Lack of basic infrastructure along with the expensiveness of means of transportation and communication is also contributing to industrial failure.
(43) Barriers in rural health promotion include least priority to oral health by policy-makers, possibility of negligible risk to human life because of oral diseases, inadequate information about burden of oro-dental problems, expensiveness of oral treatments, lack of awareness in dental graduates in their responsibilities towards the society, underutilization of internship program by dental colleges, lack of resources to the fastest growing population, overlooking of geriatric population.
The expensiveness and lack of awareness are the major halting in the slow' adaptation of automotive solutions in Pakistan.