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cheapness

cheep nuhs

  • n  a price below the standard price
  • n  tastelessness by virtue of being cheap and vulgar

  • Its only lure lay in its cheapness.
  • For one thing, he says, the ease and cheapness of videotape obviated the discipline of shooting on film, of having to think through and craft even something as rudimentary as a sex .
  • But the cheapness of coal depends on the fact that external costs climate change, or the health impacts of air and water pollution from coal remain external, paid for not .
News & Articles

  • Astros’ growing pains are one thing, but it’s hurting to watch now
    Josh Hamilton was smiling and laughing. Scattered fans inside Minute Maid Park were booing. And more than at any previous point this season, an Astros team with more losses than anyone else in baseball was forced to pay for the cheapness of the initial part of its rebuilding project. The Los Angeles Angels swept the Astros on Sunday, taking the third and final contest in the series 3-1 before an ...
    July 1, 2013 - Houston Chronicle
Quotes

  • Sakakibara in Bloomberg
    The cheapness of the yen has reached absurd levels and the only cause for that is low interest rates,Sakakibara said in an interview today after a speech at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. "The Bank of Japan needs to normalize...
  • Adam Smith in The American (blog)
    Remember, Adam Smith wrote that the "The wealth of a state, consists in the cheapness of provision and all other necessaries and conveniences of life."
  • Raju Srivastava in Times of India
    Raju agrees to this, "Yes, there is a misconception that humour can be evoked only through cheapness, but the truth is just the opposite. I try to extract humour from things that generally happen around us in buses, trains, during marriages. I aim...

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