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Inexpensive; reasonably priced.‘affordable homes’
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- ‘Some land could even be sold at discount prices to provide affordable housing.’
- ‘Interest rates appear to be more affordable than at any previous time, but in reality they are very high.’
- ‘The only way rail travel is affordable is if you pre-book your tickets rather than buying them on the day.’
- ‘Admission to all three venues is free and all artwork will be for sale at affordable prices.’
- ‘In time, he hoped to bring down the price of space travel to make it more affordable.’
- ‘This assumes these people have Internet access at an affordable price and can use it.’
- ‘In any case, he insists that the spending programme is affordable and costed.’
- ‘Therefore, we hope that cost per seat will be reasonable and affordable to many.’
- ‘That will make car ownership far more affordable to a far greater number of people.’
- ‘The good news for any prospective developer is that prices are more affordable than you might think.’
- ‘The same should apply to broadband, but only if the price of access is affordable.’
- ‘The competition aims to achieve a sustainable and affordable mix of houses and flats for sale and rent.’
- ‘For most, the only affordable option would be rented council or housing association homes.’
- ‘Nearly all new homes will now be built to meet demand from local people at more affordable prices.’
- ‘There are other fish shops in town where a variety of fish can be found at affordable prices.’
- ‘Everyone is entitled to a break and often the only affordable time is outside school holiday periods.’
- ‘It accepts that prices should be affordable otherwise people would continue to use their cars.’
- ‘Flights to these locations in February are very affordable, and we wouldn't even have to hire a car.’
- ‘The nursery will offer care for children from three months to five years at affordable prices.’
- ‘The phones were never affordable and didn't offer a decent reason to upgrade.’
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