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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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Around the child is the family, the village community (innkeeper, shepherds) and the wise men, all gathered together to support the child; inspired by love and for Love, these gifts are beyond price.
Such things are beyond price and their loss would be too high a price to pay to balance the books.
80 from PSE's gross trading value, going beyond price levels that haven't reached since a while within new liquidity that in turn enhanced the sector's gains for the week.
That Charlotte bears a gift beyond price to the world, including to her offspring, should be obvious to all.
Make sure you are looking beyond price when bringing best of breed voluntary products to the table.
Out of this Moment": Out of the moment you might take/Rubies, saphhire, pearls beyond price,/Just for the miracle of faith,/Pure and undefiled as the hour/When rain slips down the heavens/Like the mercy of God that it is,/Out of this moment you might take/A joy and beauty that only you can make.
What's more, the appeal of these wines goes beyond price, as they bring new tastes and flavors to the table for which Millennial and other curious customers are hungering.
MARK HUGHES may be in charge of the richest club in the world, but he knows there's one player who may just be beyond price.
Going beyond price comparison, Yapta tracks flight prices and alerts you to changing costs, so you can buy when the price is right.
In this country, on the other hand, we do have the notion of freedom, and an ideal image of ourselves as "free" Ours is the "land of the free" we are born "free and equal"; and certainly, when these phrases were originally used, free referred to something of value beyond price, worth fighting and dying for.
The satisfaction she could get by changing people's lives with her money would surely be beyond price.