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at a price

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat a priceat a pricefor a lot of money You can get goat’s cheese at the local delicatessen – at a price! price
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at a priceBut early admissions come at a price.As so often in life, the best comes at a price.But convenience comes at a price.Shakespeare market a very good one through tackle dealers at a price that will not break the bank.In April of that year the contract was awarded to H Lyttle and Son at a price of £16,524.They have a competitive edge in larger buying power, enabling them to acquire stock at prices way below the small independents.It is successful because it produces a high quality product on time at a price the customer can afford.More choice for viewers - at a price.
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