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From there, its value increased by $400 until it was $3,600 as the 13th clue.

It’s already important information for those guys and a huge value.

That someone went and curated something for you and figured something out is really key to the value exchange.

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Through Tuesday, they had lost 50% of their value since the March 10, 2019 crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Group flight that triggered the global grounding of the 737 Max.

From Fortune

Instead, in part by studying how Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum create space with their footwork, Nesmith has incorporated some helpful sidesteps and stepbacks into his own repertoire, stretching his own value outside a traditional 3-and-D weapon.

Valuing sex by only sheer physical pleasure is also an incredible narrow way to boil down a sexual experience.

It was a matter of valuing—and saving—the Constitution for the future.

Politicians love to talk about valuing those who worked hard and played by the rules.

That makes sense since, at $38, the shares were wildly overpriced, valuing Facebook at more than $100 billion.

Other leading reasons included valuing freedom and independence and not wanting to take on the responsibility.

He gave away his riches, like Ambrose and Gregory, valuing money only as a means of usefulness.

Don't ever think of me as valuing either you or Mr. Congreve less instead of more.

The under-valuing celibacy, the not possessing religious orders, seems a system of christianity without the cross.

We need, as Eucken points out, a new standard of valuing the national characteristics and the relationship of nation with nation.

They begged him, valuing his life as they did, before everything else, to escape to France.


On this page you'll find 187 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to valuing, such as: admiring, affectionate, amiable, attentive, benevolent, and caring.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.