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Price

(prīs),
Ernest Arthur, early 20th-century English biochemist. See: Carr-Price reaction.

PRICE

(prīs) [An acronym for protection, rest, ice, compression, elevation]
A regimen that supports healing in overuse injuries.
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With this parting benediction, Miss Price swept from the room, followed by the huge Yorkshireman, who exchanged with Nicholas, at parting, that peculiarly expressive scowl with which the cut-and- thrust counts, in melodramatic performances, inform each other they will meet again.
Yet, despite the leading language, fully 60 percent of all of those questioned also agreed that negotiations "will lead to government price controls on prescription drugs.
At the same time, the stock and price rise threatens to raise political hackles.
The Downtown market--which hit a 10-year high in 2004--continues to flourish, and price increases in all neighborhoods demonstrate the continued desire to live in New York," said REBNY President, Steven Spinola.
It appears, if anything, that the price of oil could increase this year.
If you price too high, sales are lost from those not willing to pay (but who would pay less).
Jean Bina, supply chain manager of Bowling Green, Ohio-based Phoenix Technologies, says exporters have contributed to the price increases.
The most relevant price comparisons, however, are with the institutions that most frequently appear in the choice sets of students who are part of your applicant pool.
While the market-determined product price for a ppt equals marginal revenue regardless of quantity sold (because the firm can sell as much as it chooses at that price), the market-determined wage for a rpt equals marginal labor cost regardless of amount of labor hired (because the firm can hire as much labor as it chooses at that wage).
Example: Ancillary Profits newsletter tested $97 and $127 annual prices, and received 11% MORE BUYERS at the higher price.