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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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Ingleby has knocked people out with that clubbing right hand and Pricey took one without knowing anything about it.
4 -- color) The Farm has a homey setting that belies its sophisticated fare -- and pricey menu.
QI READ in the paper recently that David Beckham bought a pink diamond ring for Victoria's 30th birthday, for the pricey sum of pounds 1million.
Buyers of these pricey mansions tend to be wealthy families, celebrities, nonprofits, schools, foundations and foreign governments.
It's a pretty pricey giveaway (retail value: approximately $100,000).
You may have already bought a new car, plasma television or some other pricey item and not even know it.
The City Council will hold three hearings throughout Los Angeles this month to address concerns that thousands of rent-controlled and affordable apartments are being demolished or converted to pricey condominiums.
Nifty, if pricey, add-ons like a digital camera, GPS navigation, even a barcode scanner.
Trump himself dueled with Leona Helmsely years ago over his plan to turn the top floors of the building into pricey condominiums.
Those needs must be exceptionally diverse--and pricey, too.
2 Commission a pricey PR firm to promote the new idea with some fresh and original thinking.
Badly managed IT departments bring many companies to this pricey upgrad[ing] of everything in sight, including technologically obsolete personnel.