Whenever I see fine print
in sales materials, in my eyes the seller loses all credibility.
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--In fine print
on the last page of the Guinness Rook Of World Records it notes that all world records are held by Chuck Norris, and those listed in the book are simply the closest anyone else has ever gotten.
In case there is any doubt, the government report lists abortion services under "other programs" offered by the clinics--in the fine print
, of course.
Here are two other dirty little secrets that may be lost in the fine print
of your credit card agreement:
Happily, Bagley writes without the prolixity often associated with the legal profession--the kind of eye-glazing, spare-no-heretofores stuff that too often fills up the fine print
of lending or securities documents.
I have a very hard time reading labels--especially vitamins and over the counter medications and also the fine print
on coupons even with my glasses on."
Tax specialists at business advisers KPMG predict that the Chancellor will focus on the "fine print
" of decisions on taxation made last year in his forthcoming Budget on March 22.
standardized contract terms in fine print
are suspect, (1) but it is not
The fine print
, where the names of actors and producers would normally appear, resounds instead with pithy phrases like YOUR SEXUAL HISTORY and OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY.
The fine print
Few randomized trials have been conducted in early childhood education.
Zero interest for 90 days!--and then, under terms buffed in fine print
, collect huge sums when the cardholder misses a payment, goes over her limit, or carries a balance.
Search for hidden agendas and the fine print
. Private cash could fool the public sector into thinking that they are no longer responsible for schools.
As Mauro writes, "Certain solicitations mention CASE in fine print
as an entity 'doing business as' the ACLJ.
Ladner's logic is probably sending other presidents and board members scrambling to review the fine print
in contracts, says Cotton, who notes that Ladner's renewed contract with American in 1997 was sweetened considerably.