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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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R includes the markdowns in determining year-end retail selling prices.
Increased sales volumes of 1% were more than offset by a 3% decline in net selling prices and slightly lower product mix.
The lower selling prices were due to lower raw material and energy costs, particularly for paraxylene.
The IRS refers to this as a distortion that is addressed in the proposed regulations by providing that a retail-LCM method taxpayer may not reduce the numerator of the cost-to-retail ratio for an allowance, discount, or price rebate that is related to, or intended to compensate for, a permanent markdown of selling price.
As long as the economy does not stumble, producers are likely to realize strengthening selling prices as the economy continues to grow and market conditions remain tight.
The PowerShot SD700 IS Digital ELPH camera will be available in April for an estimated selling price of $499.
The Dell'Oro Group 5-Year Forecast Report offers a complete overview of the Ethernet Switch industry with tables covering manufacturers' revenue, average selling prices, and port shipments (by speed Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet) for Layers 2-3 (both managed and unmanaged), and Layers 4-7.
December selling prices were flat versus November," he noted.
All values are stated at distributors' selling prices.
Terra will not resume production at the facility in the near term due to high natural gas costs which have not been offset by increases in nitrogen products and methanol selling prices, the seasonal lull in nitrogen fertilizer demand and uncertainty over how much nitrogen fertilizer is likely to be used in 2006.
78 billion in fiscal 2004 reflecting higher average selling prices partially offset by lower retail volumes sold.