What's the difference between costliness and priciness?
(n.) The quality of being costy; expensiveness; sumptuousness.
(1) It was found that the Medicare DRG-based system had to be modified to reflect the characteristics of the younger CHAMPUS population by splitting DRG 435 to account for the increased costliness of beneficiaries younger than 21 years.
(2) But this is less an issue of costliness than it is of principle: menstrual care is health care, and should be treated as such.
(3) The proposal stemming from these assumptions financially separates curative from preventative services, regardless of its proven costliness and inefficiency.
(4) The problems attendant with measurement of maternal body composition shortterm changes during the postpartum period and under field conditions include the requirement for constancy of components, costliness of techniques, and the need for regional and whole body approaches.
(5) Costliness of the diet in time and money negatively influenced long-term maintenance (P less than 0.05).
(6) The BBC’s children’s television services and its sport department are currently based in Salford, although the decision to open a new centre in the north has been criticised, both for its costliness and over its failure to attract senior staff.
(1) Assange: 2010 03 17 22:54:57 or rather some friend Assange: 2010 03 17 22:55:14 bit pricy though Assange: 2010 03 17 22:55:26 hmm Assange: 2010 03 17 22:55:29 actually never mind Manning: 2010 03 17 22:55:38 yes,i dont have access at present Assange: 2010 03 17 22:56:35 these things are good for urgent contact, but it's safer to avoid due to location tracking possibilities Manning: 2010 03 17 22:56:47 i know that very well Assange: 2010 03 17 22:56:56 although there is a satphone module Manning: 2010 03 17 22:57:21 forget the idea for now Assange: 2010 03 17 22:57:45 yes.
(2) Expect more giveaways – a pricy fuel duty freeze – before the election, and they are to be paid for with yet more future cuts.
(3) Rowett’s men exploited that tension perfectly, pressing and haranguing from the earliest moments, and frustrating Derby with a perfectly organised defence as their pricy attackers tried in vain to find a way through.
(4) Most fish tavernas are pricy, but not Atlantikos in Psirri, says Live in Athens’s Varnavas Filippou.
(5) The key was persuading squeezed households they could do without a big range of pricy brands, he said.
(6) In a country where a small, two-room condominium unit in the city centre can fetch a monthly rental of S$5,000 or more, Patricia pays a pricy S$850 a month to rent a non air-conditioned room in a flat at Admiralty, a suburban area in the north of Singapore, a 90-minute commute by public transport to her workplace.
(7) • £1,070 , +30 22980 75444, orloffresort.com Where to eat Clock The harbour area of town, called the Dapia, is where most things go on, but some of the restaurants can be surprisingly pricy.
(8) Pricy multipacks You might expect a multipack to be better value, but sometimes – despite claiming to be “great value” – a larger pack may actually cost more per unit.
(9) Fund managers started driving a harder bargain after several recently listed companies' shares fell below their IPO prices, ringing alarm bells about pricy valuations.
(10) That's the pedigree of all those bunches of pricy spears on supermarket shelves.
(11) £825pp yoga and photography week 25 Sept-2 Oct, soulfoodlondon.com B Circle of relaxation, Norway Facebook Twitter Pinterest Photograph: G Austick, Florian Kraler This four-night retreat is pricy, but there’s nothing else like it.