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base´ price`

    (bās´ prīs`)
n.1.the initial price of something (goods or services) without the additional charges that may be added, such as handling or shipping charges, sales tax, optional equipment charges, etc.
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one all-rounder rounder Shakib Al Hasan booked his place in the IPL auctions as a 'Marquee' player list with a base price of RS 2 Crore which is the base price for the all 16 elite players in the Marquee Players' list.
Negi, who was included in the Indian squad for the World Twenty20 championship on Friday, had a base price of only Rs3 million before emerging as the costliest Indian player at the auction.
Hot Rolled, Cold Rolled and Hot Dipped Galvanized are priced at a minimum base price of USD420 per ton, USD540 per ton and USD550 per ton respectively.
82 times his base price by Hrithik Roshanco-owned Pune City.
Previosly, the Telecom Commission had suggested a base price of Rs.
Both of them were marquee players but were sold on their base price of $400,000 (Rs 2.
The Mumbai Indians also bought former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting for his base price of Rs 2.
68 million, 20 per cent higher than its base price of AED1.
Annual base price increases at Tesco (3%) were lower than at Asda (7%), Morrisons (5%) and Waitrose (4%) and were level with Sainsbury's (3%).
0T version, with a base price of $20,950, while the up-level VR6 model (with a base price under $30,000) will arrive in showrooms in the fourth-quarter.
The postal file has a base price of $170/M, with selects by geography, age and income.