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Cellar liquidation — appraising a collector’s treasures before an auction or during a divorce — is another job path for somms.
In the fall of 2018, the city agreed to sell him two small parcels on the other side of Madison for $29,000, which the city recorded as the appraised value.
In 2016, it bought a veterinarian’s 5-acre lot in the rolling hills of northwest Georgia for roughly double the appraised value.
Every major recruiting service has a unique methodology for appraising athletes, but five stars represents the pinnacle at seemingly every site.
The fence likely will come with a hefty tax bill if not donated, after Hidalgo County recently appraised the land’s value at more than $20 million, which Fisher said his company will fight.
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From the facts given it should not be difficult to appraise at its right value the honor conferred on Sanatogen.
No man who has not lived on both sides of the Atlantic can well appraise Henry James; his death marks the end of a period.
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I call them radically different because to prize names a practical, non-intellectual attitude, and to appraise names a judgment.
She turned her moistened eyes on Britz, who, through half-closed lids, was endeavoring to appraise her.
How much of this effort was voluntary and how much of it was forced it is difficult to appraise.

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