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oh ver pay

  • v  pay too much

  • It's the same raw deal for those hoping to buy seats to sold-out events find a seller by happenstance or overpay the brokers and scalpers.
  • Then we're about to overpay the banks for the worthless mortgage-backed securities that the credit default swaps were meant to cover, by putting on Geithner's fabulous production .
  • Meaning that if the private investors overpay, there might at least be some upside on the warrants because banks will have succeeded in offloading assets at inflated prices.
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  • Dale Tallon in USA Today
    I wish I was a player,Blackhawks general manager Dale Tallon said. "On July 1, you always overpay. We had to make a statement. We have created a buzz here in this market. We're starting to sell more and more tickets, more and more...
  • Brian Cashman in SI.com
    I'm not looking to overpay. If you want to overpay, that's the only way you move fast,Cashman said.
  • Barack Obama in Conde Nast Portfolio
    The plan would cause the government "to massively overpay for mortgages in a plan that would guarantee taxpayers lose money and put them at risk of losing even more if home values don't recover," said Obama economic adviser Jason Furman. "The...

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