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value pay
 n.— «“This is the heiress bag, this is all about beautiful metallics,” a ShopNBC hostess purred on Friday as the camera closed in on the Lisanne heiress handbag, and a price box popped up ($138 or three “value pays” of $46).» —“Morning TV Veers From News to Frills” by Alessandra Stanley New York Times Dec. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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