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Items

Meanings and phrases

budget items

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n.
  1. the expense of maintaining property (e.g., paying property taxes and utilities and insurance); it does not include depreciation or the cost of financing or income taxes; operating expense; operating cost; overhead

other items

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  • Among other items, Miriam finds a locket.
  • Various recordings do not stick to the formal suites but include other items.
  • Yamamoto discovered the Diary of Sora among other items of classical fine arts.

items such

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  • These include items such as plastic grocery bags.
  • By this means it can catch prey items such as small fish.
  • The player can purchase in-app items such as a level pack.

food items

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  • Many of these also sell stationery and food items.
  • The non vegetarian food items can also be used.
  • Boiling liquid food items can kill any existing microbes.

household items

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  • The three girls are then attacked by household items.
  • On both floors, there are plenty of niches to put household items.
  • Basic groceries and household items can be purchased from the Co-op.

various items

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  • With his various items, Harry is equipped for almost anything.
  • They were popular in the jewelry trade, mounted into various items.
  • Nick has also auctioned various items over the years for charities.

personal items

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  • Tudor proudly indicated that he never carried any personal items.
  • Students alleged that during the sweep, personal items disappeared.
  • She wakes up in a cell containing personal items taken from her apartment.

many items

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  • The figure is ubiquitous, appearing on many items associated with the F-4.
  • Everyone takes turns catching as many items possible using only their mouths.
  • On July 1, 1862, the United States Congress passed excise taxes on many items including tobacco.

number of items

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  • In each Vision, there are a number of items for Klonoa to collect.
  • Horns were used to make a large number of items in this time period.
  • The magic scroll allows the player to pick up an infinite number of items.

prey items

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  • By this means it can catch prey items such as small fish.
  • The majority of prey items of sand tigers are demersal (i.e.
  • The prey items are usually swallowed as three or four chunks.

news items

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  • Later issues had less literary content and more illustrated news items.
  • Her physical resemblance to Sarah Bernhardt was commented upon in news items.
  • Full commercial reviews are covered as news items listed on the websites main page.

such items

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  • Toothpicks and other such items may be used to keep the rice in place.
  • When questioned about bananas, many did not believe such items existed.
  • A few local Hindu craftsmen might provide such items as cooking utensils.

items include

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  • Designed items include lamps and furniture.
  • Other wooden items include masks, cooking utensils, and tools.
  • These items include telephones, flower pots, cups, and bottles.

new items

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  • The expansion also adds new items for the player to use.
  • No new items have been added since 2004.
  • It also includes new items and monsters.

items including

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  • On July 1, 1862, the United States Congress passed excise taxes on many items including tobacco.
  • It provides over 18,000 items including books, reports, journals, multimedia, and electronic material.
  • Although it eats mainly insects, this bird can eat a wide variety of items including fruit, grains, meat, manure and garbage.

several items

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  • When buying several items, the rounding is done for the total sum.
  • STS-135 returned to Earth carrying several items of downmass payload.
  • Flynn had a break-in at his house in which several items, including guitars, were stolen.

million items

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  • The Network has over 6 million items and over 680,000 cardholders.
  • With a collection of 3 million items, the system has 22 locations throughout the area.
  • According to company data, 70 million items are sold through the Allegro platform monthly.

luxury items

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  • She flirts with a nearby grocery store owner & buys all the ration and luxury items for free.
  • The two teams competed in Bushtucker Trials for food, and in Celebrity Chests for treats and other luxury items.
  • Large storage jars kept the provisions, whereas other pottery vessels and luxury items were discovered in the rooms.

all items

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  • A savings of 100% would indicate that all items were still known from the first trial.
  • Her apartment was ransacked and all items connected with Pasternak were piled up in her presence.
  • Additional properties known as set bonuses are activated by equipping multiple or all items from the same set.

menu items

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  • The three have begun changing menu items and pushing more advertising.
  • The buffet is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with menu items changing for each.
  • The Dixie House was acquired by Black-Eye and the two restaurants shared many menu items.

certain items

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  • It has therefore a common origin with certain items of academic dress.
  • Some items are exempted, such as baby formula, books, cameras and certain items are taxed at 5%.
  • Aside from Zoints, the player must also collect certain items such as Acorns, Fireflies or Snowflakes.

items found

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  • All of these items are related to items found on a real table.
  • There is an exhibit of items found at the site in the Governor Martin House.
  • Like the human remains, only a fraction of the items found at Jebel Moya survived.

lexical items

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  • F-marking projects up a given syntactic tree such that both lexical items, i.e.
  • In Cornish vocabulary, a large number of the lexical items are language and culture specific.
  • However, comparisons with the Central Igbo language showed only an 80% consistency in lexical items.

items related

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  • Miscellaneous items related to Jerome's past history are also listed.
  • Some of the menu items related to game backups were removed from the V64's BIOS near the end of its life due to pressure from Nintendo.
  • Also, a bookstore located on the first floor of the building offers supplies, school themed spirit merchandise, and other items related to the university.

valuable items

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  • The padres relocated inland with the Mission's livestock and valuable items.
  • In 1790, the last three monks left Valmagne taking the few remaining valuable items and the abbey was confiscated.
  • Almost all the valuable items were left untouched, but it was later found that the killer only came for the money.

small items

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  • Chicks are fed stomach oil and small items of prey.
  • Most goods sold in tianguis are small items that customers can carry away.
  • Their records recount tales of hospitable traders who were not above stealing small items from the visitors.

decorative items

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  • Many of the decorative items and furniture are from very.co.uk.
  • However Raban's most important work focused on embossments for jewelry and other decorative items.
  • Construction materials, decorative items and furnishings were mostly imported from East Asian countries and Europe.

items used

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  • Highly Original is composed of videos the origin stories about items used today.
  • The other small room may have been for storage of items used during religious services.
  • Similar to the "Oro" model, aluminium parts replaced the magnesium items used on the Oro.

related items

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  • The website has online store with motorcycling related items.
  • In the room there is a shop with "Minna de Spelunker" related items.
  • Many shops also carry related items such as unicycles and skateboards.

items made

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  • Out of 1000-2500 items made each season, around a third are upcycled.
  • Its shop sells various items made at the abbey, including CDs of its music.
  • Antique ironstone wares are collectable, and in particular items made by Mason's.

different items

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  • Activities also include dressing up in different items of French clothing.
  • Each monster-type is unique, has different spawn points, and drops different items.
  • The Library of Michigan at 5 stories contains over 3.2 million different items that take up over of shelves.

special items

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  • These are used for purchasing rare seeds and special items.
  • Some bands even produce special items just for street team members.
  • Players can also complete events that involve flying special items and people to a designated destination.

items of clothing

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  • Every year the world as a whole consumes more than 80 billion items of clothing.
  • As the player beats the woman in the game, she proceeds to take off items of clothing as a reward.
  • Aston Martin has collaborated with the luxury clothing company Hackett London to deliver items of clothing.

following items

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  • The funeral furniture in G 7000X included the following items:
  • There are seven galleries: Among its collection, the museum holds the following items of significance:
  • According to the allocation of subjects as per the Business Rules, this Department has been allocated the following items of work:

variety of items

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  • Remote defuzing and refuzing capabilities are available for a variety of items.
  • Along the way, the player can find a wide variety of items to assist them in survival.
  • Since only a few products other than petroleum are produced locally, a wide variety of items must be imported.
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