It is needless to give assurance that there is no intention to disregard the labor cost.
But at what a cost!
Long preamble, regular trimetrical platitudes--here we are:-- "'These Red-Bristled Ghosts teach their dupes to break the ancestral tablets, and to worship the picture of a naked infant, which points one finger toward heaven, another toward earth.--To each man entering the False Religion, a pill is given which confuses and darkens the mind.--Why they dig out babies' eyes: from one hundred pounds of Chinese lead can be extracted seven pounds of silver, and the remaining ninety-three pounds can be sold at the original cost.
And also, on account of the reverence due to you, I determined to make no report of expenses before sending to you something which might please you, and by ocular proof should give witness to its cost.
Studies in the economics of overhead costs.
But equally clearly, the cost might have been more than $100,000,000; it might have been $250,000,000, $500,000,000, whatever figure you care to take, and if you extend the period similarly to fifty or one hundred years, sooner or later the gains would top the cost.
For his praise of Athens, 'bulwark of Hellas,' the city which at Artemision 'laid the foundation of freedom,' the Thebans are said to have fined him; but the generous Athenians paid the fine, made him their Proxenos, and erected his statue at the public cost.
When any who are not of the Law are let in, the Person who introduces him, says, he is a very honest Gentleman, and he is taken in, as their Cant is, to pay Costs.
His imagination had been excited by the wild way in which the followers of his grandson had praised the beauty of the maiden, and, carried away by unnatural jealousy, he had resolved, in a fit of madness, to possess her at all costs.
Her purse would not reach that cost.
In parliaments and other loud assemblages, your eloquent talk, disunited from Nature and her facts, is taken as wisdom and the correct image of said facts: but Nature well knows what it is, Nature will not have it as such, and will reject your forged note one day, with huge costs.
Danger I must have at any cost.
On the contrary, there is no story so absurd that they did not invent at my cost.
Polly had long yearned for a paint-box; and whenever she went out, she used to stop at a certain shop-window where these tempting things were displayed, and wonder how much they cost.
* A lowering of selling price to cost, and even to less than cost.
I do not--regret the cost.
have we eaten at all of the king’s cost?
Hence prices have gone down, the weavers are dependent almost entirely upon the local market of India, and one can obtain good shawls for very low prices--about half what they formerly cost.
I had felt so deeply for the usage of the seamen in this cruel traffic, which indeed had embittered all my journey, that I had no less than nine prosecutions at law upon my hands on their account, and nineteen witnesses detained at my own cost.
But it was debatable whether this satisfaction plus the possession of a questionable Corot was worth its cost.
The particular proposal set out above would clearly pass the test; for in twenty years the resultant benefits would have added up to a figure equivalent to the initial cost.
The next morning she went to the railway station and ascertained exactly how much the journey would cost.
He, on his side, was ready to undertake for himself and in their interests that, if they would at present desist from their fortification work, he would bring it about that the defensive walls should be built with the sanction of Lacedaemon and without cost.
True we are able to supply skilled leadership under devoted and self-sacrificing men and women for a merely nominal cost.
All forms of building industries will suffer with it, and the occupants of houses, offices, and stores must pay the added cost.
Not at any cost.
Most striking, probably, of the characteristics of the "Lives" is their very evident effort to exalt and glorify the saint at any cost.
We value things according to their cost.
In their divergence from "the Faith once delivered to the Saints" and left in the keeping of the Church Christ founded as a living and eternal organism through which His Spirit would work forever, they are wrong and therefore they cannot endure, but each testifies to the passionate desire in man for religion as a reality, and no one of them comes into existence except as the result of desperate action by men to recover something that had been taken from them and that their souls needed, and would have at any cost.
They wet their hands,' he says, 'in the best blood that had flowed through the lineage of Judah, and they had to pay the cost.
It is an expensive dish; but knowledge of this fact may perhaps abate its cost.
True wit has seen its best days long ago; It ne'er look'd up, since we were dipp'd in show: When sense in doggerel rhymes and clouds was lost, And dulness flourish'd at the actors' cost.
Is it worth the cost?
The goods were sold at cost.
Such persons insist upon it that only ugliness can be really economical, and that the simplest ornamentation or beauty of form must mean superfluous cost.
Speculation not having yet affected the low valuation placed upon property around St. Mary's, northern men can obtain winter homes in this attractive town at a very low cost.
A vast Fund of valuable Information, embracing every Subject of Interest or Utility, is thus attainable, and at a merely nominal Cost.
What you want is to keep the doctor well, no matter what it costs.
Our post office department permits the transmission of books through the mails at very small cost.
a- month, or they walk in the evenings in a small garden, which the European inhabitants have laid out at their own cost.
Cost, cost, costing, cost.
The affordance of the Internet is to move bits at very high speed around the world at little-to-no cost.
Sometimes I think that independence is worth all the solitary struggling it costs.
Senator Stevens and other powers had so distorted Norton's view of the difference between public and private interests and their respective rights that he had come to believe captial to be the sacred heritage of the nation which must be protected at any cost.
Three pots, say I--and make it malmsey, at my cost!
and still the clamour for quicker, ampler means of transport to the North, no matter what it cost.
Not a question have I ever heard in any school meeting of the necessity of educating every American child--at any cost.