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30 was forced to buy more than 272 million pounds of refined beet sugar and sell it at a huge loss to biofuel producers.
Loadshedding adds fuel to fire as it deprived masses to get water through water lines and they were forced to buy costly water.
NO wonder the credit crunch has got a firm hold of our finances when we're forced to buy in food for our soldiers from abroad.
Big families -- largely Latino, by the way -- will be forced to buy huge vehicles.
A BRIDE-to-be was forced to buy a second wedding dress just days before her wedding because the gown she had chosen was stained, she claims.
The funding gap is exacerbated when urban schools are forced to buy expensive mind-numbing teacher-proof curricula and hire goons to enforce its implementation.
A third of first-time buyers said they had been forced to buy a property in a less desirable neighbourhood than they had wanted, while 28 per cent had opted for somewhere further out of town and 14 per cent had bought a smaller home, said Bradford & Bingley.
Explain that you're only visiting the country for a few days, or even a few hours, and you'll still be forced to buy the annual permit.