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1. Thieves broke into the offices and stole $150,000's worth of computer equipment.
2. Shopkeepers buy them in bulk and resell them for ￡150 each.
3. The approxi-mate cost varies from around ￡150 to ￡250.
4. They were overdrawn by £150, so they couldn't write any cheques.
5. He borrowed ￡150,000 and used the money for legal expenses.
6. You can still find cottages for ￡150 a week, including heating.
7. About 150 local people looked on in silence as the two coffins were taken into the church.
8. 150 guests were invited to the wedding.
9. In the battle to retake the village, over 150 soldiers were killed.
10. The organization has launched a campaign to raise $150,000.
11. That will be £1500, minus the deposit of £150 that you have already paid.
12. A survey found that 20 of the top 150 European dot.coms could run out of cash within a year.
13. The event will be telecast simultaneously to nearly 150 cities.
14. The helicopter can zip along at about 150 kilometres an hour.
15. The car maxed out at 150 mph.
16. The company has laid off 150 workers in an effort to save money.
17. The examiner had to mark 150 scripts.
18. Three days after the earthquake, more than 150 people had still to be accounted for.
19. At ￡150,000 for a season, he really is pricing himself out of the market.
20. Between 100 and 150 travellers' vehicles were scattered around the county, with the largest gathering centred on Ampfield.
21. In America, people are paying up to $150,000 to be mummified after death.
22. More than 150 million Americans tuned in to watch the final episode.
23. She's asking for ￡150 but I'll try to knock her down to ￡100.
24. After 150 years of struggle against brutal colonial rule, the country won its independence.
25. We were doing 150 along the motorway.
26. He repaired the boat,(sentencedict.com/150.html) and rented it out for $150.
27. I made a bid of $150 for the painting.
28. Double rooms at any of the following hotels should leave you some change from ￡150.
29. Four days' car hire costs £150, which is well worth it for the freedom it gives you.
30. We raised 100, and we need 250: that's a deficit of 150.