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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of appreciate.
- adj. recognized as having value
- adj. having risen in value
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- adj. fully understood or grasped
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Nearly every other piece in Haslam's book-excerpts from Burning Daylight, The Valley of the Moon, The Little Lady of the Big House - can be appreciated from the cover of broad-leaf evergreens and the grass-lined trails of Jack's ranch, 840 acres now managed by the state's department of Parks and Recreation.
In 1392, the late Gothic choir was begun, which, as can be appreciated from the exterior pictures, is considerably higher than the nave.
The difference between the two was that Franklin appreciated the great difficulties involved in implementing grand, progressive plans.
When the shekel appreciated from the end of 2007 through 2008, most of that action was Israelis bringing their money home.
One aspect of peer review that may not be fully appreciated is that we trust the authors to be submitting factual data.
It was the network who overruled Tom, and what she appreciated is that he did what he did so much of the time in the '60s: He ran right to the New York Times and to other papers and said this was edited, you know, and this is wrong.
An easy way to make someone feel appreciated is to get their name right!
And the main reason it's not appreciated is that this sort of stereotyping simply feeds the extremists among both candidates 'supporters -- which is really, really the very last thing we need right now.
Your help was and has been greatly appreciated, is not forgotten and will be paid forward.
Trees and bushes which bloomed at certain times of the year, were placed where they would be most appreciated from the windows.