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He only had enough money for one, and for the life of him he couldn't remember the difference,
"I can't afford this plan either. Do I need to remind you again that I'm just a small businessman?"
'Our severance packages are so generous we can't afford to let anyone go.'
'I can't afford cable, it's the lobby security camera.'
'His last wish was to see one more Christmas but then he realised he couldn't afford it.'
'I'm not sure you understand this money thing.'
'What are you doing?'
'You'd think that with those profits, they'd buy us a step ladder!'
Unable to raise enough money for a trip to Paris, the Bartlesville High French Club had to settle for three days in Tulsa.
'I realize it's not much of a war, but it's all we can afford right now.'
'Since I can no longer afford your modeling fees, what was to be titled 'Reclining Nude' will now simply be called 'Poodle-Woman.''
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'It's the biggest ring I could afford. See it? There - in the lower right-hand corner.'
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With funding tight, the Dernsville travel soccer team found a more affordable way to get to their games.
"I work here in the States, but I have to live in Canada to get good health care."
'The latest on the tuition front. Next year nobody will be able to afford college.'
Paintings you might be able to afford.
'Stop complaining. It's the only way you can afford to live in the school catchment area.'
Now I can afford anything on the menu, I can't digest anything on the menu.
'You don't want a house you can afford.'
"Taking your pill, eh Carmen?"
'I've crunched the numbers and you can afford to increase my allowance by 15.5%.'
'When I was young I wanted to be a poet, but we couldn't afford a typewriter.'
'Your productivity is up 30%.. which means we can now afford to let you go.'
'If you have to ask, you can't afford it.'
'Take one of these as often as you can afford to.'