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cut-rate

mod. cheap; low-priced. Where are your cut-rate sweaters?
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Metz believes the day fast approaches when quality properties will cease to do business with cut-rate hospitality inventory providers, and will seek marketing relationships that do not undermine image or viability.
Based on evidence we've documented, we believe Chrysler and its cut-rate haulers are skirting even the most basic requirements for ensuring safe delivery," said CARS representative Christina Catalano, whose mother was killed by a defective Chrysler vehicle when it self-shifted into reverse.
The measure also requires USTR to devote the necessary resources to ensure China is fully complying with the obligations of the World Trade Organization WTO bilateral accession agreement, including the section 421 special safeguard intended to address surges in cut-rate Chinese imports.
Smaller tenants also took advantage of the Class A sublease supply by upgrading their space at cut-rate prices.
The Bell Canada-controlled company offers the cut-rate service using Internet Protocol (IP) technology and the same switching network used to send e-mail around the globe.
The Camry had a lead of about 6,000 units at the end of the November, and both Toyota and Honda began pushing cut-rate leases in an effort to win the crown.