uncostly

uncostly

(ʌnˈkɒstlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
inexpensive
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Uncostly procedures for the government also include improving collection, unifying and monitoring price lists, and requiring smart meters and isolated electric rooms in new buildings.
Even though culturally managing such natural hazards is very different from one case to the other, prevention techniques passed via consistent education from primary school onwards are easily accessible and uncostly. In this respect, Romania has yet a lot to learn from Japan.
The difference between it and generosity is that generosity involves freely giving some resource that is usually (in some sense) costly, whereas kindness is typically (but not always) more of an uncostly beneficence.
The real reason for the lack of progress While we should be concerned about the immediate casualties of the attack on the LRA in Garamba, it is instructive to recall what Museveni said in his thesis, "To transform a human being into an efficient, uncostly, and completely subservient slave, you have, as a pre-condition, to completely purge him of his humanity, manhood, and will.
Further, barriers are minimal: these actions are often facilitated by local council infrastructure (e.g., recycling), openly supported by community and school environmental programs (planting trees), and are perceived as relatively uncostly in terms of finance and inconvenience (switching off lights).
Extra children to be rendered uncostly. Possible endowment--extra land, public room & book store & a temperance publisher (for church go to merchandizing town) a gymnasium, kindergarten, school, statistical doctor, milk [pencil/ink ends here]
But horses who achieve honour without winning a Classic, Gold Cup, Grand National or Champion Hurdle, or who race with distinction over a long period (Sonny Somers, for example), or who win 20 races in their career, should, in my view, be rewarded by the human race with the uncostly accolade of having their name die with them.
See, e.g., Hardin, supra note 10, at 61 (referring to the act of voting as "public and uncostly"); John H.