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"As things stand the cost will fall to Welsh Government and local authorities, and that cost will run to many hundreds of millions of pounds.
"We will stand the cost of the ticket," said David Ward, chairman of the St George's Day Association.
The club was offered 8,900 tickets on a sale basis, which meant had they only sold 6,000 they would have to stand the cost of the remaining unsold tickets.
stand the cost of providing a solicitor for the defence - could be a matter for debate, but with integrity spend already under pressure, given the industry's financial straits, it is probably a non-starter.
And having to stand the cost of an unused ticket is more painful if you're scraping by on a pension.
'We cannot tolerate a situation where price increases in raw materials are imposed on us and then having to stand the cost coming out of the business.'
And Ken,56, says:``We are so confident that our method works,even with the very nervous, that we guarantee if a pupil cannot swim one width at the end of an intensive concentrated six hour course,no payment is required and we stand the cost of hiring the pool.''
"We've been asking for an ambulance and paramedics on site permanently for four years." He said it would be cheaper to have a full-time ambulance with paramedic crew than stand the cost of having a reactor shut down for a day.
Their perilous finances simply could not stand the cost of a top Continental manager such as Marcelo Lippi, Fabio Capello or, even, Arsene Wenger.
They say it is unfair that homes are sold to the highest bidder while unsuccessful buyers still have to stand the cost of a survey.
A Fortis spokeswoman said the firm would pay compensation, then stand the cost if found liable or be reimbursed by any party found at fault.
Provision has been made for Villa to stand the cost of building, staffing and running the academy, which would enable Rhyl to field the pick of emerging players before their intended graduation to Villa's Premiership ranks.