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Captain Folsom had put the aversion-therapy treatment together himself, at no cost to the government, and he was proud of it.
And was Esmeralda Sinclair pleased that his bilge problem had been solved at no cost to Walton & Co.?
"There is no cost in being polite," said the smaller of the two, Kumori.
Public access to community computer centers such as cybercafés, which provide computer and Internet access, along with coffee and soft drinks, as a commercial service, or telecenters, which typically provide Internet access at no cost to the user.