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Costs have gone sky-high since the war.
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They tended to join the great housing-market party late, when prices were already
The figures aren't particularly surprising, given the
price of real estate around those campuses.
But also to ensure that the labor market was not glutted with low-skilled workers that would shoot unemployment
prices threaten to exclude from the farmers' market anyone who isn't a hedge fund manager.
Soar from the
canyon rim to the twisting depths of the canyon, courtesy of our six-story-high screen.
views of your next destination without an airplane.
And you know what happens with
Many countries are making a mint from commodities such as oil, copper and gold thanks to
But opinion polls suggest that he remains a popular president, though his once
approval ratings have fallen.
Tempting as it is to gawp at the
tuition fees, price can be a red herring.
British Dictionary definitions for
at or to an unprecedented or excessive level
prices rocketed sky-high
high into the air
to destroy completely
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