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Likewise, I’ve found that the appeal of podcasts can appreciate and depreciate in my heart, based on how many mindless chores I’m doing or my overall desire to keep up with the fire hose of news and cultural offerings on any given day.
"If you buy a Tesla today, I believe you are buying an appreciating asset—not a depreciating asset," Musk said in a 2019 podcast episode.
Nor did I attempt to depreciate my achievements; on the contrary, I exaggerated the facts as much as I possibly could.
And he goes on to praise Moore and to depreciate himself, as was his custom.
He could not allow party spirit to depreciate the genius of Napoleon.
I would not depreciate it; so you may hear me patiently, Guy.
THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
We need not emit any more paper, and that already out would depreciate no further.
I do not mean to depreciate music: let it be loved and reverenced as is just; only let the delight of the eye be reverenced more.
She rather tended to depreciate her own gifts, in comparison with those of her friend, Miss Lurida Vincent.
A MORTAL ANTIPATHYOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
The natural effect of this testimony was to depreciate the paper which his name was on.

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