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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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We should also be mindful that the production, use and disposal of market goods rely upon nature's unpriced services.
Blank (unpriced) and retail (priced) versions, calculated to individual practice formulae, are available upon request.
Hidden Costs of Energy: Unpriced Consequences of Energy Production and Use.
Analysts gave the as yet unpriced devices a cautious welcome.
Washington, he provides some suggestion of a Coasian solution and shows that farmers and beekeepers do indeed contract with each other, and the market rental prices of hives reflect what look to be unpriced values of pollination.
Coverage encompasses markets, government, and forest investment analysis; land, timber, and unpriced forest values; the economics of forest management--optimal forest rotation, regulation of harvests, long term trends in the forest sector and silvicultural investment; the economics of forestry policy--property rights, taxes; and the global perspective.
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.