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“Incurring the additional costs of testing all coins, valued at more than $5000 (or perhaps less), would be worthwhile to the NGC over the long run.”
“Incurring even one additional accident through the use of a less-reliable system wipes out all of the savings of the hypothetically cheaper vehicle.”
“Incurring the negative impacts are about the same order of likelihood.”
“Incurring that gain is going to swamp the cut" in fees, he says.”
“Incurring a huge debt, Mr. Springsteen and the band kept touring, then hunkered down in Holmdel to work on his new compositions.”
“Incurring the additional costs of testing all coins, valued at more than $5000 or perhaps less, would be worthwhile to the NGC over the long run.”
“Incurring her displeasure could happen fairly frequently, often striking from an unexpected quarter.”
“Incurring all of the hassle, realtors commissions, increased interest rates and other expenses involved?”
“Incurring significant financial consequences as a result of cybersex”
“Incurring such risks is unnecessary and inappropriate in a society built on freedom of expression and the consent of the governed and is particularly inadvisable in a context in which the range of classified materials is so extensive,'' he said.”
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