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Vendors selling around the pounds 175,000 or pounds 250,000 mark appreciate the extra costs to buyers so it is a negotiating tool - if those benchmarks didn't exist or were raised vendors could become greedier meaning asking prices would rise, all creating a negative effect on the market.
Our landlords and driving instructors are getting greedier day by day and it is the MPs' responsibility to raise the issue and help solve the problem.
The fact is that material prosperity makes people greedier not more generous.
RESTAURANT customers are becoming greedier and are demanding bigger portions of food, highlighting the "serious problem" of eating habits in this country, according to a new survey today.
Girls are definitely greedier than boys - Lola is currently in the top 2% of weight for her age.
For while both engines endow this car with impressive performance, they're not going to win friends amongst environmentalists, for they are greedier on fuel than most of their rivals and pump out more harmful gases.
While both engines endow this car with impressive performance, they're not going to win any friends amongst environmentalists, for they are greedier on fuel than most of their rivals and pump out more harmful gases.
He's ridden for Godolphin at 65 racecourses in 14 countries but I fancy Frankie's agent Ray Cochrane will be very selective in his engagements, leaving the championship to hungry young guns and greedier auld yins.
A sign in the forecourt read: "Our prices are more expensive than our competitors because we're greedier than they are.
I eat at least three times more than Shane because I'm far greedier," she told Zest mag.
Sleepy Panda, Farndon Street, Wrexham (01978 We were a little greedier with the main courses and ordered four, including fillet of beef with oyster sauce which my wife said was pungent, not watered down or cut with soy sauce as is common practice in other places.
Turns out the Real Cherie is even greedier, more selfserving, conniving and thick-skinned than we thought.