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- v. Present participle of valorise.
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Ambassador for Education on the creation and start of the original "Writing competition in the languages of Timor-Leste", with the noble goal of promoting literary production in the national language, thereby valorising our ethnolinguistic diversity.
Suman, who had accused Trinamool leaders of eyeing his MPLAD funds less than two months ago, has now recorded music valorising jailed tribal leader Chhatradhar Mahato, who is persona non grata for party chief Mamata Banerjee and her team.
For men, on the contrary, their category symbolises their power; and everything which defines them as 'masculine' is valorising, even to the extent that men do not generally see themselves as a separate group, but rather as a reference for the species ― are not humans as a rule referred to as 'man'?
I don’t want to reproduce Pi’s Martel’s? binary in a mirror image, valorising doubt above faith instead.
Apart from valorising violence through its literature and actions, the organisations have achieved notoriety for abusing other religions and their prophets. e.g In one of its issues of 'Sanatan Prabhat' (9 th Dec 2005) - a newspaper brought out by it from many districts in Maharashtra and Goa, it 'exposes the real nature of Bible' by calling it a 'manual for teaching immorality' which discusses in detail 'the rape of a sister by a brother'.
4Energy Invest is looking for a strategic partner for its Bio-Coal activities 4Energy Invest, the Belgian renewable energy company focused on valorising biomass into energy, announces today its Trading Update for the third quarter of 2011.