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  • I live in the highest-priced neighborhood (i.e. electric, water are higher).

    Last month's expenses (some)

  • Now, the Biloxi casino, formerly known as the Imperial Palace, is set to be sold for about $288 million to Boyd Gaming Corp. of Las Vegas in one of the highest-priced U.S. casino deals this year.

    Rolling the Dice on Casino

  • The highest-priced public colleges in North Dakota—UND and NDSU—officially charge nonresident students about $17,000 in tuition and fees.

    Frigid North Dakota Is a Hot Draw For Out-of-State College Students

  • Manhattan's highest-priced residential sale was $53 million for an East 75th street townhouse, bought by private-equity executive J.

    House Tops $47 Million on East Side

  • The highest-priced sale was a $36 million sale of a 55-acre waterfront compound in North Haven, near Sag Harbor, to Jeff Greene , a billionaire investor who placed second in the Democratic primary for Senate in Florida in 2010.

    East End Gets Luxury Boost in Home Sales

  • I live in the highest-priced neighborhood (i.e. electric, water are higher).

    Last month's expenses (some)

  • The Giants, who now have a World Series Championship to add to their local appeal, account for the three highest-priced games in Arizona this spring: home games in Scottsdale, Ariz., against the Dodgers ($471) and Rockies ($205), and a late-spring road game at the Dodgers' swanky Camelback Ranch complex in Glendale, Calif., ($206).

    The Most Expensive Spring Training Tickets

  • Illinois voters who were sold the historic tax hike on grounds that profitable corporations should pay "their fair share" might wonder how tilting the playing field in favor of those with the highest-priced lobbyists is fair.

    Illinois Tax Firesale

  • What is expected to be one of the highest-priced photos of the week, selling for at least $200,000, is Cindy Sherman's 1993 "Untitled #278," showing a dissolute-looking woman sitting in a leopard-skin chair, interpreted as a critique of the fashion industry.

    A Star-Filled Spring of Photo Auctions

  • The highest-priced table currently on the market is the Clearaudio Statement, which retails for $150,000.

    All Hail ... Analog?

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