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The relation existing between two exchangeable values, when expressed by a value generally agreed upon, is denominated price.
Ten minutes of social work in one branch are exchangeable for ten minutes of social work in another.
BRITISH SOCIALISMJ. ELLIS BARKER
The exchangeable value of every thing must always be precisely equal to the extent of this power which it conveys to its owner.
The exchangeable value therefore of a commodity which is at a monopoly price, is no where regulated by the cost of production.
The terms are exchangeable, the fish being often called a soldier.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
Supply is any exchangeable thing offered for sale against any other exchangeable thing.
A poor people, destitute of wealth or of exchangeable commodities, have nothing to purchase foreign fabrics with.
According to the economists, the relative or exchangeable value of things cannot be absolutely determined; it necessarily varies.
WHAT IS PROPERTY?P. J. PROUDHON
Profits depend no more upon the exchangeable value of the labourer's remuneration, than upon its quantity.
Labour the real measure of the exchangeable value of commodities, 12.

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