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onerous

Law (of a contract, lease, etc.) having or involving burdens or obligations that counterbalance or outweigh the advantages
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Marketing isn't free, but it doesn't have to be onerously expensive, especially if you make a commitment and give your plan time to work.
When they enter in the company, assets are evaluated and recorded in the accounting at their entry value, which is determined as per the purchase cost--for assets bought onerously or as per the production cost--for assets produced by the entity" (7).
261) Along similar lines, Irving has noted that making legal citizenship rights contingent upon the performance of legal duties incumbent upon all persons regardless of citizenship status may generate a system in which citizens are more onerously penalised than non-citizens for breaching such duties.
According to this text, the approval of the action of donation revocation has no effect on the real goods obtained with good faith and onerously by the third parties, on the donated good and on the guarantees.
At this hour, everything became onerously unnecessary: the vague twilight, the vapor, the stars' distant discipline.
His bibliography is extensive, but the text and footnotes failed to point me to which of the "thousands of books" on Dreyfus so onerously downplayed the antisemitism behind his false accusation.
Staff costs and yield-free security deposits with SAMA apart, local insurers also have to pay fees to their regulators based on gross business volumes, while their other activities can also be subject to withholding tax or, more onerously, to Zakat religious tax which is levied at the fixed rate of 2.
In A Hero's Daughter (2003)(La Fille d'un heros de l'Union Sovietique) (1990) for instance, the communist party and its intelligencegathering organs exploit the honor due a war hero along with that of his daughter and others who deserve a better standard of living because that is reserved for those favored by party and the privileged who have access to the hard-currency stores, onerously named beriozkas after the birch trees beloved by the Russians.
Certainly, Rope was made in an era in which homosexuals were "despised," and perhaps even more onerously, culturally silenced, although, at the same time, the film verges on a new cultural moment of increased public discussion of the threat of homosexuality.
It surveyed all states' laws regulating occupations and placed New Hampshire 43rd on a list of the most "extensively and onerously licensed states," meaning the lower down on the list, the better, according to the institute.
We've also got the ability through some of the advancements in cloud technology and ERP (enterprise resource planning) technology to actually tap into that data and do it in a way that's not onerously expensive.
iBooks have also received some criticism because they are only compatible with iPads and do not work with the EPUB ebook publishing standard, making them "one of the most onerously designed and packaged proprietary content platforms yet devised," Blossom says.