Unpriced


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Unpriced

Describing a good or service to which a price has not been assigned. The word is used especially when it is expected that a price will be given. For example, inventory for a new product may be temporarily unpriced while a retailer decides how much to charge.
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According to the National Research Council report Hidden Costs of Energy: Unpriced Consequences of Energy Production and Use,1 criteria air pollutants emitted by power plants and motor vehicles caused more than $120 billion in estimated external costs in 2005:
There are several papers that study how unpriced assets or outputs affect store rent at shopping malls.
A pre-bid conference is planned to take place in Mumbai on 16 November 2010, and technical-commercial unpriced bids are to be submitted to ONGC by 15 December 2010.
Hidden costs of energy; unpriced consequences of energy production and use.
Nick Clegg threw out a few unpriced giveaways and was not short of a few untruths.
Aston Martin say the as-yet unpriced Rapide "will be the most elegant four-door sports car in the world.
The original deadline for unpriced commercial and technical bids was postponed from November 2, 2008 to February 1, 2009.
OFFERED UNPRICED - Telecommunication engineering with offices in FL & NV.
But our shopper reported that some items were completely unpriced and she had to request a receipt from the checkout assistant.
Out of stock on advertised items 94% Messy or dirty restrooms 90% Packages too hard to open 84% Poor English 83% Inefficiency/unprofessionalism 82% Automated telephone systems 80% Inaccurate prices 73% Employees can't answer questions 72% Cashier cross-talk 71% No gloves while handling food 68% Delays in check out 67% Hard to find merchandise 67% Print on labels that is hard to read 66% Unpriced items/can't find price 64% Displays blocking aisles 62% Signs that are hard to read 62% Item(s) not as advertised 60% Delays in getting check in restaurant 56% Not clean floors, counter tops, shelves 56% Long waits/poor customer service 55% Sales/coupons on large amounts 52% Cell phones not working 51% Failure to make eye contact 49% Marginal cleanliness around food 49% Clutter - esp.
Tesco has already angered The Booksellers Association by selling unpriced editions of certain books, such as 'Cold Mountain' and 'The Piano Tuner', but has not decided whether it will continue to do so.