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Some other clubs have a sliding scale of prices for under-18, under-16 and under-11s.
This week, the wholesaler introduced a sliding scale of prices based on the number of non-tobacco products ordered.
The new bill creates a table to regulate land prices per hectare distributed in three regions of the coast--the Atlantic, Pacific and Islands, with a scale of prices ranging from US$1,000 to US$7,000 per hectare, depending on the region.
A range of news stories (including political, sports, celebrity) are available to buy per item, at a sliding scale of prices and rights, from exclusive to non-exclusive.
But there's also a good range at the bottom end and a sliding scale of prices for wine by the glass.
The Professional Golfers' Association and the PGA Tour, who administer the event, have shown themselves sensitive to popular feelings and have devised a scale of prices that are relatively appropriate to the public purse.