You can revisit details in future years to help people see how certain decisions paid off well or cost dearly
The project, launched by Advantage West Midlands and the Government body WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) is designed to steer businesses away from putting waste into landfill, which can cost dearly
Lama cautioned, if steps were not taken with speed for a peaceful world, the advantages of modern technology might cost dearly
to the humanity.
After a five-year conflict that cost dearly
in blood and treasure, the Iraqi leader's elation is a feeling most Americans certainly share.
Defensive mistakes against Japan cost dearly
while a new look team against Qatar energised Bahrain's campaign and ensured a point.
In one of the most dramatic finishes for many years, Davis headed into a damp final stage without the advantage of four-wheel drive, knowing the slightest of errors would cost dearly
It was their inability to overcome such setbacks that cost dearly
Instead, the decision makers allowed the strictly limited personnel transport to advance into full production and fielding "as is"--and this oversight will cost dearly
But Strachan admitted his side's failure to break down a resilient Dunfermline had cost dearly
If you're refused finance, you can find out why, but don't be tempted to use disreputable lenders just because they'll take you -- it'll cost dearly
in the long run.
It was scant reward for Rovers who had enjoyed copious amounts of pressure but the lack of a cutting edge up front cost dearly
2) Fines levied by government agencies: As a number of nursing homes have learned, noncompliance with regulations related to cleanliness, safety and infection control can cost dearly
Failure to do so can cost dearly
, as those who took a good idea (for example, branch agents) and executed it poorly (for example, as a branch franchise set-up) have learned.