Peace is costly but it is worth the expense.
It seems to me to be a reckless and foolish act that is going to be very costly.
The deadline for compliance with very costly internal control reporting regulations is next year and I think lot of companies are evaluating how to avoid the costs.
Returned products are costly to retailers. When customers return the products listed above, those items typically must be inspected or serviced, and then must be re-sold at a substantial discount.
I wanted to end myself at lunchtime but we came back nicely. It was costly but I found the best way to get back.
It's a rampant epidemic within companies large and small today and potentially more costly than sexual harassment.
Custom work in general is always more (costly) than something produced in a factory. The difference in price depends on how elaborate the design is and the types of materials used.
The challenge is finding the right opportunity within this huge universe of stocks. Investment mistakes are so costly in the micro-cap area it makes it even more of a challenge to be right.
What this president has done in conducting a secretive, deceitful, highly costly war which has taken our attention off the very people who represent our greatest threat. They are not living in Iraq. They are living in the mountains between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
[The trade center attack] is the mostly costly man-made catastrophe in U.S. history and possibly world history. This will definitely outdo the L.A. riots.
We're pleased we were able to prevent a full-blown, costly, distracting initiative campaign this fall.
Having twenty-one cheerleaders on the squad is costly. We are not funded by the school. All of our money comes from the parents and fundraiser. Cutting the number would benefit us financially, especially of we offer a scholarship.
It gets real costly if all of a sudden we have to buy toilet paper. Stuff like milk and meat can run thousands of dollars a year.
It is burdened with old and aging infrastructure, frayed at the edges, costly, some times unreliable, ... ...any misstep in human spaceflight could spell a very long hiatus in human driven exploration spaceflight in the U.S. So this underscores the need to realize that NASA cannot succeed alone in pursuing the exploration vision.
There's no excuse for saying that fly fishing is too expensive. The top-end rods and reels are costly, no question, but every reputable fly-fishing manufacturer has gone to great lengths to offer reasonably priced rod and reels that provide reliable service.
We could very well be 3-1. With a couple of breaks or avoiding some costly errors, we could be off to a strong start.
Prevention is a whole lot less costly than treatment ? and maybe more effective.
We just made mistakes, and it was costly mistakes. It's disappointing, the season's over.
Low airfares are giving more people than ever access to affordable travel, ... Costly new regulations will only force airlines to raise fares and will ground travelers who can't afford higher rates.
Aside from cultural-religious reasons, the procedure is too costly. With a price tag of P1 million per transplant, we can operate on five to seven charity patients. So why use your scarce resources on a single operation?
I thought we really played them well, but we had some costly turnovers in the closing minutes which really hurt us.
Few persons are made of such strong fiber that they will make a costly outlay when surface work will pass as well in the market.
User fees are costly and require a large bureaucracy to administer and are an administrative burden to companies. It's of no value.
Laying-off permanent workers is so difficult and costly that companies have a strong preference for temp jobs, even if it is at the expense of productivity. When labor protection has become excessive and unaffordable, as it is in France, labor market institutions must be reformed.
After the super G, where I made a costly mistake and still had a reasonable result, I knew I was skiing well. I entered today's race with the intention to attack 100 per cent.