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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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He called on all to come to Jesus, who has given them all things through His blood and grant unto them victory because everything had been paid for with a priceless gift as a ransom for their lives.
This ring is truly priceless with unmatched cultural significance," she said.
Having been as short at 2-5 during the week with off-course layers, Priceless Brandy was available at 4-5 by the off as the support came for Swithins Brae whoe was backed into 2-1 with Jaytee Dutch at 5-1.
And we believe we are getting there creating a series of truly priceless moments.
In the unlikely event that there is damage to the printer as a result of using ColorMatch[TM] inks, Priceless Ink & Toner will pay for the parts and labor to repair the printer.
This is first ever anywhere in the world when the MasterCard opens top ten cities in one go to its cardholders under Priceless Arabia.
When I worked in the field, I loved (in general) park visitors, Audubon members, REI-clad Subaru Outback owners, but with actual people I often failed to exhibit Tilden's priceless ingredient.
We are delighted to introduce the Priceless Cities platform to our regional consumers, whose loyalty and engagement were the main motivation behind our initiative.
US payments technology firm MasterCard (NYSE: MA) said it is launching its Priceless Aruba programme in partnership with Aruba's Ministry of Tourism and the Tourism Authority of Aruba.
Called MasterCard Priceless Premieres presents Justin Timberlake, the event is available only to MasterCard cardholders and will take place at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City on May 5.
The central question is whether or not the priceless violin–reportedly a Stradivarius from 1722–was a treasure plundered by the Nazis.
Liz Taylor's 1963 'Cleopatra' trailer filled with priceless memorabilia was lent to the new Lifetime movie, and Lindsay is accused of trashing it.