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  • Fearing a lack of intense cocoa flavour from my not-quite-70% cocoa solids cheap-as chocolate, I jacked up the flavour with a few spoonfuls of Dutch cocoa powder.

    Chocolate, date & almond torte

  • In the new version of the law of supply and demand, jobs are so cheap-as measured by the pay-that a worker is encouraged to take on as many of them as she possibly can.

    Nickel and Dimed

  • That's because ad rates for short infomercials are cheap-as little as $40 for a two-minute spot on a small cable station.

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  • But collecting massive amounts of sensitive information may be as easy-and cheap-as writing an iPhone app.

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  • Still, Summit being Summit, they made it on the cheap-as in $37 million-while spending another $30 million or so to market the movie, also a little light for a Hollywood blockbuster wannabe.

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  • That's one cheap-as mof.

    November 22, 2009

  • So cheap, they skimped on the last S.

    As in: "Being a cheap-as can lead to your downfa

    November 22, 2009