Definitions

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  • suffix habitation when used as a suffix to many placenames

Etymologies

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From a Norse language

Examples

  • Workers estimate that a 10 percent cut in contract costs -by seeking savings from vendors or paring down contracted services - would save Michigan $110 million annually.

    Eric Lotke: Public Employees Offer Solutions. Examples.

  • Two days later, it raised its main policy interest rate—the rate it charges commercial banks for capital—-by 2percentage points to 11%.

    Vietnam to Raise Electricity Prices 15.3%

  • Cut the center-cut fillet into a 1 -by 1 -inch strip or strips the length of your mold, season with salt, and reserve.

    Ratio

  • In fact, -by 1957 he was thirty-seven years old, in his thirteenth season in the majors.

    ROB NEYER’S BIG BOOK OF BASEBALL LEGENDS

  • Best Steaks Coming Your Way: Beleaguered Argentine Beef Industry Set To Rebound "Thanks Agustino -by the sound of it, long term, gas prices will just stay around high because even if demand..."

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  • And 37 percent of patients who participated in both the therapy and exercise programs in addition to standard therapy said they felt much better-or "very much better"-by the end of the study.

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  • It is a regrettable but seemingly immutable fact of life that agriculture is the most "protected"-by which I mean politically favored, subsidized, cartelized, regulated, and non-competitive-sectors in most countries, not least the U.S. It is also a fact that productivity, technological advance, and overall output in agriculture are inversely related to the degree of "protection."

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  • The case involves a claim that the largest provider of mobile telephone service in Mexico, Telcel, which is affiliated with the largest provider of local telephone services, has subjected its mobile and wireline competitors to a "price squeeze," first, by charging them excessive prices for connection to its mobile customers and, second-this is the "squeeze"-by reducing prices to consumers for its own mobile services.

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  • Best Steaks Coming Your Way: Beleaguered Argentine Beef Industry Set To Rebound "Thanks Agustino -by the sound of it, long term, gas prices will just stay around high because even if demand..."

    Forbes.com: News

  • Best Steaks Coming Your Way: Beleaguered Argentine Beef Industry Set To Rebound "Thanks Agustino -by the sound of it, long term, gas prices will just stay around high because even if demand..."

    Forbes.com: News

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