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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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PRICEY: One flat seen by couple; SWISH: But Nigel's happy to pay; STAR: Soap's Nigel
Pricey funerals in grave times DEATH has bucked the downturn with a surge in sales of pricey funerals, Britain's biggest undertaker has revealed.
Watson said: "Pricey is one of the people at the club who will always be looked at as the captain who lifted the Conference North title for us but he is also a good friend and someone who I trust completely.
And if he doesn't do it before the cold weather sets in and heating oil gets too pricey, he's toast.
Badly managed IT departments bring many companies to this pricey upgrad[ing] of everything in sight, including technologically obsolete personnel.
"My vineyard didn't produce grapes until 2002," she explains of the pricey business venture.
Aquino adds, "The great advantage Wooster has over other streets in Soho, such as Prince, Spring, or Greene, is that it is less pricey -- for the same Soho adventure and the same customer base."
Those needs must be exceptionally diverse--and pricey, too.
While some of his council colleagues defended the pricey lav as a vital public convenience, Seamus Morris accused them of flushing much-needed money down the pan.
"He can take a shot that fella, but Pricey took him clean out.
Buyers of these pricey mansions tend to be wealthy families, celebrities, nonprofits, schools, foundations and foreign governments.