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Plus, says Clayton, putting in an Ethernet-wired mesh system can increase your home’s value by 10 to 15 percent—not to mention cheapen the cost of other projects down the line, like security camera systems.
We came not to any agreement, but did cheapen several parcels, and thence away, promising to send again to them.
No, sir; 'tisn' the rule, an' us can't begin to cheapen the fee wi' a man o' your inches.
WANDERING HEATHSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
"Girls, you cheapen yourselves by lack  of purpose in life," says Rena L. Miner.
HOW TO SUCCEEDORISON SWETT MARDEN
Good tools facilitate and cheapen cultivation, and increase the yield of crops, Money paid out for such tools is well expended.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
He wished to cheapen everything as his own produce had been cheapened.
It would cheapen the very harps and halos in Heaven and convert the Day of Judgment into a moving picture show.
MARSE HENRY (VOL. 2)HENRY WATTERSON
However commercialised Paris might become, you could not cheapen the environs of Notre Dame!
GREENWICH VILLAGEANNA ALICE CHAPIN
Adulteration is also practiced when made-over materials or waste is used to cheapen the cost.
How man does cheapen God's plan of things; leaves out the kernel, and keeps only an empty shell sometimes.
QUIET TALKS ON PRAYERS. D. (SAMUEL DICKEY) GORDON

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