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Dave Jones has consistently denied their poor end-of-season form last year cost dearly.
And, in the world of intellectual property, such a mistake could cost dearly.
We changed things at half time and after we equalised I really thought we would go on and win it, but in the end inexperience at the back has cost dearly.
To do anything less is a disservice to our troops and their families - and it could now cost dearly in court.
LONG BEACH - At some point, Cal State Northridge's maddening first-half outings will cost dearly.
Buying or leasing a vehicle is a major decision and, as with taking out the wrong mortgage, the wrong advice can cost dearly.
Leaving Beckham out is madness and will cost dearly in public interest in the event.
One cannot afford the use of drivers off tees as a drift in direction may cost dearly at the fairways surrounded by tall trees.
Not locking your home can cost dearly - not just in terms of replacing stolen goods.