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1. Old bikes can be bought quite cheaply.
2. You can get there just as cheaply by air as by train.
3. You can live very cheaply in Italy.
4. I bought those new plates cheaply, and the pretty rose pattern has worn off already!
5. I'm sure I could buy this more cheaply somewhere else.
6. There must be somewhere to eat cheaply in this town.
6. Wish you will love sentencedict.com and make progress everyday!
7. The vase was sold cheaply because of a fault in the glaze.
8. It will produce electricity more cheaply than a nuclear plant.
9. You can get there just as cheaply by plane.
10. We buy them cheaply and then flog them off at a profit.
11. They lived as cheaply as possible.
12. They are being replaced by cheaply built one-bedroom flats.
13. Bodrum itself is easily and cheaply accessible by minibus, p42 tells you more.
14. Psion's approach is to turn out software as cheaply as possible, making it uneconomical to bootleg copies.
15. Meanwhile many public assets were sold off cheaply, often to foreign firms.
16. She must have been potty to sell that car so cheaply.
17. She is an economical housekeeper and feeds her family cheaply.
18. Manning hoped to acquire valuable works of art as cheaply as possible.
19. The shop round the corner does shoe repairs very cheaply.
20. You can go for a "rostrum" system, which sounds flash, but can be assembled quite cheaply.
21. He seems to think he can buy me over very cheaply.
22. She bargained with the trader till he sold her the fruit cheaply.
23. Competition in the market has led to goods being produced cheaply and a consequent deterioration in quality.
24. Derelict inner - city sites could be sold off cheaply for housing.
25. They are now developing ways to produce the vaccine in large quantities and cheaply.
26. He has some cosy arrangement/deal with his supplier, which means he's able to sell his goods more cheaply.
27. She came downstairs with this garment, triumphant, not unwilling to please with pleasure so cheaply bought.
28. The most fundamental objection is that the government could be ignoring its long-term obligation to manage the debt cheaply in favour of short-term gains.
29. The idea of recovering waste heat from air or water, and using it to heat buildings cheaply, is very attractive.
30. It was a way to cut costs and run a city, town or state more cheaply.
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