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I typically like cozy-casual neighborhood places, and a pricey slab of beef with a vat of bearnaise sauce isn’t my usual jam.
This Sunday Magazine dives into what’s next for the world of ads, what’s behind the pricey spots you’ll see between touchdowns and punts today — and whether they work at all.
THE BRAVE NEW WORLD OF ADVERTISINGDANIEL MALLOYFEBRUARY 7, 2021OZY
Admittedly it’s pretty pricey—although earlier models are less expensive and still packed with features.
Smithsonian partners with PBS to share educational programs online A Baltimore art museum tried to raise money by selling three pricey paintings.
There’s no denying the stock is trading at pricey multiples after its over 395% trek higher in 2020.
8 TECH STOCKS TO BUY FOR 2021ANNE SRADERSJANUARY 21, 2021FORTUNE
The boxes are a bit pricey, but the company makes huge efforts to keep things sustainable and baby safe.
The New York-based maker of pricey bikes and treadmills said the deal, its largest to date, is expected to close early next year.
While they might seem on a CPM basis that they’re more pricey, they’re actually more efficient because you’re getting down to an effective level.
There is also Egyptian cotton, which can be fairly pricey, but it is unparalleled when it comes to durability and softness.
Noise-canceling isn’t a particularly pricey technology, but you’ll have to make a small investment if you want headphones that can actually pull it off.

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