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ex·pense

(eks-pens')
That which is given in exchange for something else; cost.
[L. expendo, to pay out]
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Could there possibly be a project, program, or team that's Fast, Inexpensive, Simple, and Huge?
Everyone wants to stay in a Schrager hotel, but not everyone can afford it; the Marrakech is a fashionable and inexpensive alternative," he adds.
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Many foods that are rich in complex carbohydrates, and therefore good sources of energy, are also quite inexpensive.
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First introduced in late 2005 in retail and grocery stores across the country, Earthwise's reusable bags offer an easy, inexpensive way for retailers and consumers alike to "go green.
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