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Pork was 20 per cent dearer, beef milk 60 per cent more expensive, poultry 30 per cent and eggs 20 per cent higher, said the report.
I enquired at customer services why this was so only to be told it was because of transport costs, I then asked if the baked beans were also dearer only to be told that they are the same price at all the stores so I suggested that the beans must have hitched a ride there.
He said there were other Instances where Portland were dearer, though it was true that in many cases they were cheaper marginally than some competitors whose holidays were bookable through travel agents.
This view supports a dearer assessment of the adequacy of controls, gaps in the control design, and redundant control activities.
8, 1789, letter to President George Washington written by Leland, the Baptists' General Committee said its members feared that "liberty of conscience, dearer to us than property or life, was not sufficiently secured.
According to Wight and Wolf, the relationship between breastfeeding and infant mortality might have been dearer if Chen and Rogan had been able to work with more detailed breastfeeding data.
Which is my way of leading Stevie toward a subject that's nearer and dearer to my well paying editors at 'The Washington Monthly'--namely the 2004 presidential hopefuls.
BRITAIN'S sizzling heatwave will mean dearer bread in the supermarkets, industry chiefs admitted last night.
Together with dearer raw materials, this made it difficult to forecast the impact on full-year profits, he told the annual meeting of the Brownhills specialist foundries group.
As one step toward a dearer image, he plans to use a telescope in orbit around Earth to avoid the distorting effects of the planet's atmosphere.
Getting a dearer understanding of their views and those of your boss will help you better understand the odds and decide your' best course of action in the months ahead.
But even if the movie still ends unhappily for Asia, economists see a ray of hope, dearer energy is unlikely to increase inflationary pressures to the point that central banks would feel compelled to react by raising interest rates.