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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unsubsidized.

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Examples

  • And we've created 660,000 mickey mouse jobs so far - at the cost of jeapordising our environment, our health and a million jobs in unsubsidised domestic tourism.

    Abu Hamster

  • The original strategy did include the requirement of selling the iPhone at an "unsubsidised" cost of 499 or 599 dollars depending on the model.

    Communities Dominate Brands

  • GM and Ford outsell Honda and Toyota by at least 2 fold in an unsubsidised market.

    This would be a first

  • The cuts may force more young people outside the existing structures back to an unsubsidised fringe and this may breed different types of work that will challenge the subsidised sector.

    20 predictions for the next 25 years

  • This two-hander will transfer to London's excellent new-writing venue, Theatre 503, after its Liverpool run, and it's a welcome sign of the changing times to see a big regional rep working with a small and dynamic unsubsidised new-writing theatre.

    This week's new theatre and dance

  • Still several iterations short of becoming a mass, unsubsidised, technology.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Bring it On

  • Mr Vilsack also neglected to mention the billions of dollars in farm commodity subsidies that distort the market and make agriculture a more difficult livelihood for the billions of unsubsidised farmers around the world, undermining increased production in developing countries.

    Ben Grossman-Cohen: Secretary Vilsack's Defiant Defense of Ethanol

  • Over the 20 years they have been running their unsubsidised summer opera festival, the theatre has grown from barn to a respectable impression of an opera house.

    Bringing Wagner to Gloucestershire

  • Your time as an "opinion former" for which we now know we can read "propagandist" will soon come to an end and I hope that you enjoy working in a free unsubsidised media.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • So, the UK taxpayer is effectively pumping tax and statutory exemptions worth c £43 billion - and rising - into a SPANISH aviationcompany which incurs for UK a substantial balance of payments deficit in respect of aviation tourism and damages our environment and our - unsubsidised - domestic tourist industry.

    Abu Hamster

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