It's quite expensive

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It's quite expensive 
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It's quite expensive to eat healthily but it makes more difference to your skin and body, so I think it's worth it.
Another reader commented:Ce"It's nice that the tram will operate soon but it's quite expensive.
Surely it's quite expensive to get this handy gadget produced, but that price point just isn't low enough for mainstream success.
They are apparently running to time more often now that people are finally realising that it's quite expensive to hog the bus lanes.
But the time off work is hard, and it's quite expensive.
Nice to add shine, but it's quite expensive and I've had just as good results from cheaper products, so I probably wouldn't buy it.
Platini added it would cost around 54 million euros over five years for this technology, so it's quite expensive for the sort of mistake which happens once every 40 years, adding he would prefer to put more money into youth football and infrastructure than spend it on technology when there's a goal in a blue moon that hasn't been seen by a referee.
It is not free, it's quite expensive, so to keep it going we now plan to issue $3 tickets for the breakfast on the same morning the breakfast is being served," she said.
Granted, it's quite expensive, but failing to even mention it is like ignoring a Mercedes because it's more expensive than a Chevy.
Obviously it's quite expensive," he said, "we will need a crew of around six people and specialist camera equipment.
For example, it's quite expensive to maintain aircraft engines, so companies often prefer to lease them from the manufacturer.

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