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mysophobia, rhypophobia.
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That use would require dirt-cheap production of quantum dust.
Under the resulting deal, Royal Caribbean got dirt-cheap entry, minimal regulation, and tactful silence.
Yet as I approached his small, two-bedroom, gray-brick house, I'd almost convinced myself that I was actually a "problem-solver," as Tom Vu called us, doing him a favor by seeking to steal his house dirt-cheap.
We're talking about hundreds of millions of people who have never had a chance to purchase a Richard Simmons exercise video, get rich quick by buying dirt-cheap Hawaiian real estate, or obtain a high school diploma through the mail.
The PTA first pulled the plug on dirt-cheap chat rates and late-night discounts in November, but operators simply started offering the services under different names, the report said.
With the feature-rich Nexus 7 now being offered at such a dirt-cheap price, it is certain to affect many local players who are offering low-cost tablets with the same price-range.
Store bosses axed the deal when staff spotted the error, but they were too late to stop bulk orders being sent out to 12 lucky customers after 200 others placed orders for the dirt-cheap Skyy vodka.
Only ratepayers can avail of local dirt-cheap graves as 'outsiders' have to spend more to be buried within Antrim's boundaries.
What's supposed to be a reimaging of the nasty-minded, blood-splattered, thoroughly irresponsible horror movies of the 1970s turns out to be far less charming, enjoyable and entertaining than most of those dirt-cheap movies.
Perhaps the thought of a 13-year-old toiling in a Dhaka factory to make their dirt-cheap purchases possible might make them turn round and walk straight out again.
Soon after, however, producers began flocking to the Southern Cone country to take advantage of dirt-cheap production costs.
The number of US mortgage applications hit an all-time record last week - both from home-buyers and from existing borrowers seeking to lock themselves into today's dirt-cheap interest rates with a fixed-rate remortgage.