exchangeable

[ iks-cheyn-juh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF exchangeable
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Roughly speaking, this represented an estimate of exchangeable values.

The terms are exchangeable, the fish being often called a soldier.

Value supposes a comparison of Efforts exchanged, at least exchangeable.

Supply is any exchangeable thing offered for sale against any other exchangeable thing.

These rules determine what may be called the relative or exchangeable value of goods.

Labour therefore, is the real measure of the exchangeable value of all commodities.

The exchangeable value of every thing must always be precisely equal to the extent of this power which it conveys to its owner.

First, what is the real measure of this exchangeable value; or wherein consists the real price of all commodities.

It tends, therefore, to increase the exchangeable value of the annual produce of the land and labour of the country.

The exchangeable value of its annual produce, therefore, is likely to be diminished by every such treaty.

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