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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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com) is a new, fully integrated social e-commerce site going beyond price comparison and online shopping sites to provide users with intelligent, real-time product-purchasing advice from their social networks and a community of users.
However, it is incredibly important that customers also consider other value-added aspects of the TV to match their personal preferences beyond price, such as picture resolution, sound quality or whether it has a smart TV feature.
These activities are assembled to give the shopper a more immersive brand experience, building the story and giving consumers a sustainable and tangible reason to buy that goes beyond price.
Sentencing him, Judge Morton Jack, said: "The lives lost are beyond price and no punishment under the law can in any way be a measure of their value.
Sentencing, Judge Morton Jack said: "The lives lost are beyond price and no punishment under the law can in any way be a measure of their value.
The feeling of belonging and being loved is beyond price.
That's the kind of invaluable help that's beyond price for me.
The visitors added further goals through Hanke after 78 minutes and Marcell Jansen, whose last minute effort was deflected beyond Price.
Sternberg said in a November 2004 interview that its agent sales would be up 5% in 2004, but brokerage sales would be down significantly because brokers "often don't look beyond price to find the best value for the client"
They prove friendship is beyond price and don't have to drive over a cliff to prove their loyalty.
This is the result of traditional procurement practice which rewards higher prices with a higher profit ``Partnering is about looking beyond price and focusing on value.