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    Default at all costs/at any cost

    We must succeed at all costs/at any cost/at any price, leaping whatever barriers may stand in our way.

    Are all three phrases in blue correct for this sentence? Many thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: at all costs/at any cost

    Quote Originally Posted by joham View Post
    We must succeed at all costs/at any cost/at any price, leaping whatever barriers may stand in our way.

    Are all three phrases in blue correct for this sentence? Many thanks in advance.
    Yes.

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