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At the $99,900 price, it’s certainly not cheap—but it’s on-par with the entry-level Porsche Taycan, which starts just above $100,000 and goes way up from there.
The best cheap vest will fit comfortably and offer multiple heat zones and temperature adjustments.
Stratton Oakmont would buy certain stocks cheap and talk up their value to unsuspecting investors — the “pump.”
Best cheap all-in-one printer under $100It can be challenging to find a good all-in-one printer for under $100.
Ordinarily, “gold filled” jewelry is similar to gold-plated — a cheaper metal coated with a thick layer of gold.
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The vaccine is cheaper to produce and purchase—at $4 a dose, compared to about $20 per dose for Pfizer and $10 to $50 for Modena.
Rocket Lab, for instance, has nearly perfected the design of its lightweight Electron rocket, which features 3D-printed engines that are cheaper and faster to make.
The market for one, such as cheaper suborbital flights, is not necessarily faced with the same constraints as the others.
When he was younger, he and his siblings would raid the racks in search of cheap used titles like old FIFA games and “Super Mario Strikers.”
Right now, the primary reason the world emits so much greenhouse gas is that fossil- fuel technologies are by and large the cheapest energy sources available.

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