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This is a confused system driving up demand, not a real rateRegardless of whether guests are really being charged these rates, residents found the exorbitant prices unacceptable, especially when shelter is so limited.
The apps offer infrastructure to tackle delivery, while simultaneously employing suspect practices like charging exorbitant fees to the restaurants that use the services.
“We’ve seen exorbitant adoption in streaming services and hours spent in front of a television, whether that be linear or on demand or via streaming services,” said Anderson.
For some reason, banks were not willing to offer these hedge funds repo loans, even at exorbitant rates.
At a time when money might aspire to everything, the millionaire's dreams had nothing very exorbitant.
One criticism that has been made of this patent medicine is the exorbitant price charged for it.
You arrest the attention of the average man when you appeal to his purse; he resents paying an exorbitant price for anything.
But suppose the rents in Ireland were exorbitant, who would be to blame?
Thence he proceeded: 'Here is mischief, mischief in summo gradu, exorbitant mischief!'
SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
The leap suggested by M. Chasles is exorbitant; such a headlong development would be unintelligible.
MONTAIGNE AND SHAKSPEREJOHN M. ROBERTSON

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