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high and cost
The trouble here is that it's almost too easy to take the high moral ground when it doesn't cost you anything.
From his first bout with the canny Woodruff, Pike had learned that it was better not to attack him directly, so, harping on the theme that the cost of printing was too high, he condemned the governor for permitting such a state of affairs to exist.
Other communities -- the ones to be aided most by the Senate bill -- have had difficulty starting such stations because of the high initial cost of equipment.
The American Medical Association is once again grinding out its tear-soaked propaganda based upon the high cost of the Veterans Administration medical program to the American taxpayer.
Considering the high cost of the F-108 system -- over $4 billion for the force that had been planned -- and the time period in which it would become operational, it was decided to stop further work on the project.
The reason that we are not going ahead full speed to develop high thrust-to-weight engines is that it would cost perhaps a billion dollars -- and you don't spend that sort of money if aircraft are obsolete.
Moreover, the cost of operations is always high in any new store, as the conservative bankers who act as controllers for retail giants are beginning to discover.
The high cost of land and a few operational problems resulting from excessive loadings have created the need for a wastewater treatment system with the operational characteristics of the oxidation pond but with the ability to treat more organic matter per unit volume.
Because agricultural activities are seasonal and the areas of production and harvest of many foods are widely scattered geographically, and because of the high cost of transporting bulk food items any substantial distance to a central processing location, the use of large central processing stations, where low-cost radiation facilities approaching the megawatt range might be utilized, is inherently impracticable.
The high cost of land, supplies, and labor make it difficult to farm profitably on a part-time basis.
One of the reasons for the high percentage of Jewish teen-agers in college is that a great many urban Jews are enabled to attend local colleges at modest cost.
Other reasons mentioned by one-third or more of the builders were `` resistance to high interest rates, cost advantage of buying over renting has narrowed, shelter market nearing saturation and prospects unable to qualify ''.
In these areas, the local telephone carriers are allowed to charge a high " termination fee " to the caller's carrier in order to fund the cost of providing service to the small and sparsely populated areas that they serve.
Their high cost meant that few were built and the 1950s-designed B-52s continued in use into the 21st century.
Representatives from the agency visit the island on average once every two years, often coordinating transportation with amateur radio operators or the U. S. Coast Guard to defray the high cost of logistical support required to visit this remote atoll.
On the supply side, Brazil's arms exports were designed for developing world markets and were noted for their high quality, easy maintenance, good performance in adverse conditions, and low cost.
The cost was high, however, as the government was required by the king to call two general elections in 1910 to validate its position and ended up frittering away most of its large majority, being left once again dependent on the Irish Nationalists.
In certain Gulf Arab countries, " bachelor " can refer to men who are single as well as immigrant men married to a spouse residing in their country of origin ( due to the high added cost of sponsoring a spouse onsite ), and a colloquial term " executive bachelor " is also used in rental and sharing accommodation advertisements to indicate availability to white-collar bachelors in particular.
However, printers are generally slow devices ( 30 pages per minute is considered fast, and many inexpensive consumer printers are far slower than that ), and the cost per page is actually relatively high.
Possible costs would include higher rate of crime, higher mortality rates, higher cost of living, worse pollution, traffic and high commuting times.
The Croatian parliament has passed a law that no bus should be older than 12 years-however, this decision is currently frozen because of the high cost for bus operators.
This application is hindered by the scarcity, high cost and radioactivity of curium isotopes.
In computer music this subtle ingredient is bought at a high computational cost, both in terms of the number of items requiring detail in a score and in the amount of interpretive work the instruments must produce to realize this detail in sound.
However, because of high windload in Hong Kong for such a super high-rise building, every increase in building height by a metre would increase the structural cost by more than HK $ 1 million ( HK $ 304, 800 per ft ).
These crankshafts tend to be very expensive due to the large amount of material that must be removed with lathes and milling machines, the high material cost, and the additional heat treatment required.

high and slots
Many, particularly slots, have extremely high standard deviations.
Also, because Freetown is a part of Bristol County, high school students may apply for available slots at the Bristol County Agricultural High School.
The rounded, tapered slots of the Phillips head were deliberately designed for the screwdriver to " cam out " ( pop out ) of the screw head recess under high torque on high-speed factory assembly lines.
The number of slots for a given part of speech can be surprisingly high.
The multi-deck topsides are 64 metres by 43 metres by 18. 3 metres high and hold 21 well slots, and the entire structure weighs around 43, 000 tons.
Within months the band secured high profile support slots with Elvis Costello on two UK tours, including 2 nights at the Royal Albert Hall and Oasis.
Physically, they appear to be similar to the older graphics options-the low-end Solid IMPACT board takes up a single GIO-64 slot, the mid-range High IMPACT takes up two GIO-64 slots, and the high end Maximum IMPACT takes up to three.
He also carried a pair of truncheons, Escrima sticks which he called his " Battle Staves " which attached to special slots in the back of the Mark I armor, and an armored high tech fiberglass skateboard with a retractable razor-sharp blade ; the board also hooked onto the back of his armor.
Sleeper hits are rare in television, as the massive competition for time slots and high costs of production mean that most series that do not premiere to strong ratings are quickly cancelled.
Brown liked the light slots but rejected this particular design because it had the ceilings 30 feet ( 9 m ) high, too high for the museum he envisioned.
ESPN STAR Sports ( ESS ) via its STAR Cricket channel was the official broadcaster of the 2011 Cricket World Cup Final experienced all-time high viewership ( 67. 6 million only on Cable and satellite ) and TRPs, and had raised ad rates for 10 second slots during the finals to, prior to the finals.
The Digital Concentrator Switch multiplexes the signals from the Line Modules using time-division multiplexing and concentrates the signals onto 30 time slots on up to 32 channel high speed highways for connection to the Digital Local Switching Unit via the Digital Line Termination units.
* Short runway requirements, typically gained through high aspect ratio wings and high-lift devices such as flaps, slots and slats to improve low speed flight characteristics, allowing for shorter ground rolls on landing or take off.
He eventually became the Roosevelt High School student body president and in 1944 his grades and civic activities earned him one of 9 slots as a high school consultant for the White House Conference on Juvenile problems.
and Terrorizer, the record earned Pig Destroyer headlining slots at the 2002 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival and the 2002 Relapse Records CMJ Showcase, as well as a high placing at 2003's Relapse Contamination Fest alongside scene legends High on Fire and The Dillinger Escape Plan ( documented on the Relapse Contamination Fest DVD ).
Over the past decade, a number of local critics have argued that the high number of applications for CHS student slots suggested serious weaknesses at the city's traditional high schools.
After a string of high profile festival shows across Europe, including slots on T in the Park, V 2006 and the Isle of Wight Festival, Editors began work on their second album.
The system uses a fan inside the tailboom to build a high volume of low-pressure air, which exits through two slots and creates a boundary layer flow of air along the tailboom utilizing the Coandă effect.
It was one of the last 68k models to be discontinued, due to its high RAM capacity and large number of NuBus slots.
In the 2006 survey by Newsweek ranking high schools nation-wide, H-B Woodlawn ranked several slots down from where it had been in previous years-13 ( compared with number 5 in the 2005 survey ).
These types of wings are elliptical wings, high speed wings, high aspect ratio wings and soaring wings with slots.

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