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a bigger bang for (one's) buck

Greater value for the amount of money one is spending. It isn't one of the popular brands, but this high-definition TV will give you a bigger bang for your buck.
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'If you're growing on the consumer side, you're getting a bigger bang for your buck. You don't need as much capital as the bigger banks,' he said.
Some require more energy to digest, giving you "a bigger bang for your buck," says Leslie Bonci, director of sports medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and an author of the upcoming book "The Active Calorie Diet." Some tips:
The following discussion should give you a few ideas that might lead to a bigger bang for your buck when using performance chemicals.