We're hoping this scheme will allow as many people as possible to enjoy a classical performance without the added cost
, to try something new and discover the joys of classical music first-hand."
Julie Palmer, partner at Begbies Traynor, said: "Sectors that traditionally pay low salaries are most at risk, and I wouldn't be surprised if at least 15,000 firms from that basket go out of business as a result of the added cost
For some vendors, the added cost
might be hard to bear.
Operators of both fixed and portable crushing systems may wish to avoid the added cost
and hassle of setting up mist or spray systems, but the costs of being perceived as a generator of dust can be even higher.
The committee hopes that in addition to helping fund its approach, the added cost
to alcoholic beverages could mean people would drink lower-alcohol products.
Today, due to the increased cost of energy, labor, and machinery, the added cost
for the off-fall or regrind averages about 9[cent] to 12[cent]/lb.
Don't forget about the added cost
of FC cables and optical transceivers when calculating the TCO for the native Fibre option.
(Blocks are machined on a dedicated transfer line, since, according to Price, there is usually very little design change made to blocks, so the added cost
of going with CNC machines does not justify the added capital investment.) In assembly, where practically every operation is manual, engines shuttle down the line on carriages that swivel to allow workers easy access from any angle.
The $6.2 million added cost
of combined immunization would be somewhat offset by $2.5 million in savings owing to declines in costs related to treating hepatitis A.
In addition, the added cost
, protracted education time, and increase in medical malpractice insurance for the board-certified neurotologic surgeon would needlessly add cost to a patient's care.
Continuing the two remaining arms will help address the question of whether adding a fourth drug to certain 3-drug HAART combination regimens provides enough additional virologic benefit to be worth the added cost
in side effects and expense.
AAHP President Karen Ignagni noted that this added cost
-- some $18 billion -- could have insured 6.8 million more Americans.