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  • n. Plural form of costing.


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  • Abbott - and cutting off journalists when things got even a little bit heated, such as when one journalist mentioned the word "costings".

    ZDNet Australia

  • As for your 'costings', you can't arrive at a realistic estimate by just grabbing the highest cost given for the technology you happen to be against, whilst ignoring half the cost of your favoured 'alternative', which are actually complementary technologies anyway.

    Autoblog Green

  • Full costings have now been carried out and it will cost over £3,000.

    Virgin fails to make the connection

  • Where civil servants and politicians were once able to shrug off complaints about pollution as just so much whining nimbyism, in the future they might have costings that back up the anti-pollution campaigners.

    The trouble with the economics of happiness | Aditya Chakrabortty

  • You can do all the costings and projections that you like, but every new author or illustrator or concept and we have a lot of those is a risk.

    2morrowknight: The Interactive Children's Apps of Nosy Crow

  • The 'DRAFT Pre-decisional, NASA-only, ACI' ESAS report including now removed detailed costings was released by this site with the www. logo on the top of every single page in red.

    NASA ESAS Study Appendices Show up on Pay-Per Use Site - NASA Watch

  • By the way, Lulu is pretty reasonably priced and Smashwords is free so I am not sure where you got costings from?

    How To Publish Your Book On The iPad | The Creative Penn

  • But, as I pointed out in this post, the CSJ set out a range of different costings in that report too.

    Making social reform affordable

  • In his latest report for the Centre for Social Justice, he sets out a range of costings for the policy:

    Making social reform affordable

  • No objection can be raised against this action except that the government enlisted the Treasury to deliver very detailed costings under the Freedom of Information Act. The Times reports that the Tories are understandably livid: impartiality has been compromised.

    Endangering impartiality


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