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reasonable price vs honest price

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reasonable price is the most popular phrase on the web.

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reasonable price

48,200,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Reliable transport at a reasonable price.
  • Seems like some old furniture is a reasonable price to pay for that.
  • It is frequently difficult for temporary residents to obtain local insurance cover at a reasonable price.
  • Europe's economic success depends very much on securing a reliable supply of energy at a reasonable price.
  • At this time of crisis, European action to safeguard access by SMEs to finance at a reasonable price is key.
  • Sell it to her, for a reasonable price.
  • My associates and I are willing to negotiate, a reasonable price.
  • But frankly, it's a reasonable price.
  • I want the best for Europe's travellers, an excellent service at a reasonable price.
  • Well, Truly sells a quality product at a reasonable price.
  • Pigs feed a crowd at a reasonable price.
  • Buffet is a respectable amount of food for a reasonable price.
  • We need high quality at a reasonable price.
  • The first objective for regulating communications is to ensure that end-users can enjoy the widest choice of services at a reasonable price and with user-friendly access.
  • The Commission maintains that it has fulfilled its legal obligations and acted in accordance with the principles of sound financial management, requiring high-quality courses at a reasonable price.
  • At the same time, it will be increasingly challenging for Members States to ensure a constant supply of crude oil at a reasonable price.
  • It would have significantly reduced the bank's ability to attract private players to invest in Citadele at a reasonable price.
  • This Regulation aims at fostering competition and bringing down phone charges for Community-wide roaming calls to a reasonable price level.
  • Yes, but he ran out on his debts, so we got the villa at a very reasonable price.
  • A reasonable price for released interruptible capacity may be determined by the relevant regulatory authorities taking into account the specific circumstances prevailing.

honest price

533,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Ma'am, that is the honest price.
  • A straighten back, and see words follow towards honest price.
  • A straighten back, and see words follow towards honest price.
  • We should set honest prices.
  • To be brutally honest, the only real solution to keeping fuel prices down is population control.
  • At the same time we should be open and honest and say to the people: do not expect oil prices to come back to USD 20 per barrel.
  • Perhaps the occasional distasteful but honest mistake of a magazine is the price of admission when you wear two masks.
  • Mr President, the honest farmers who bear no blame for the BSE crisis are now paying the price for the Commission's and the Union's misguided agricultural policies.
  • Unfortunately, cattle species in particular have been reduced to production factors in our economy and, let us be honest, the consumer is all too happy to benefit from the low prices which this entails.
  • We should be honest and admit that there is a limit to how much energy we can generate from renewable sources and still maintain competitive energy prices.
  • Now, I understand why you can't be honest with our daughter, and I pay the price every time I call Vivian and she hangs up on me.
  • We would all benefit from prices being established in a market of free competition and not, as is happening now, in accordance with a monopolistic situation in a market which to be honest is less than transparent.
  • 2. The statistical units called upon by the Member States to provide data or to co-operate in data collection shall allow monitoring of the prices actually charged and shall give honest and complete information at the time at which it is requested.
  • The loss of our fishing stocks is too high a price to pay, and I thank the rapporteur for being honest in her condemnation of the Commission's communication.
  • I think we need to be honest about that, because this emergency package will take from other measures that may have been needed if oil prices had not caused the problems that they have for the fishing sector and, indeed, for other sectors.
  • Now, I understand why you can't be honest with your daughter, and I pay the price every time I call Vivian and she hangs up on me, but this woman, this new woman, she deserves to know the truth.
  • The second one is that, to be honest, for not much more than half the price of this, you could have a Nissan GT-R, which, as we have established, is the finest car in the world.


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