unpriced


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un·priced

 (ŭn-prīst′)
adj.
Having no assigned price: unpriced merchandise.

unpriced

(ʌnˈpraɪst)
adj
1. (Commerce) having no fixed or marked price
2. poetic beyond price; priceless
Translations

unpriced

[ˈʌnˈpraɪst] ADJsin precio

unpriced

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and a so-far unpriced renovation of the state Capitol building.
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However evidence has grown that unpriced human impacts on the environment will harm future growth, especially climate change from carbon emissions, and should be accounted for.
Analysts gave the as yet unpriced devices a cautious welcome.
Washington, he provides some suggestion of a Coasian solution and shows that farmers and beekeepers do indeed contract with each other, and the market rental prices of hives reflect what look to be unpriced values of pollination.
Coverage encompasses markets, government, and forest investment analysis; land, timber, and unpriced forest values; the economics of forest management--optimal forest rotation, regulation of harvests, long term trends in the forest sector and silvicultural investment; the economics of forestry policy--property rights, taxes; and the global perspective.