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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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That plenty of goods can still be sold without price caps has kept international firms from fleeing.
Apartments in that bracket also went off the market faster and without price cuts.
It would have replaced 37 per cent of output without price effects, Watson said, adding that Chevron would recognise reserves in future for major deepwater projects commissioned in 2010.
Far EasTone executives estimated Taiwan's total sales of tablet PCs would likely reach 400,000 systems in 2011 if unit price is under NT$10,000 (US$333 at US$1:NT$30), nearly double the amount set without price factor.
Shares in Amer Group, which sells holiday homes on Egypt's coast and elsewhere, will trade without price limits for the first day only, the bourse said in its statement.
But it is difficult to endure the situation without price raises.
Under Title II, this bill would, among other things, deny new Gulf of Mexico oil and gas leases to lessees holding leases without price thresholds or payment of or agreement to pay newly established "conservation of resources" fees.
900 percent after the auction of the long-term bond, which is vulnerable to price swings, ended without price erosion.
Ata Senate Interior Appropriations Subcommittee heating, Kempthorne said only six companies have volunteered to renegotiate the 1998 and 1999 leases signed without price thresholds, and action is necessary to get others on board.
Jungle Jim's 300,000-square-foot food and culinary complex carries more than 44,000 imported items from 75 countries, which often arrive at its facility without price or UPC (Universal Product Code) bar code labels attached.