from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to valuation.
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But from the perspective of a fellow middle-aged Ivy League grad, Mr. Kirn's recall of every book he skimmed and every literary smokebomb he dropped into an English paper ( "valuational," "heuristic") -- every hoop he jumped through -- seems both hilarious and damning.
Gradually, Zionism has eroded the traditional Jewish past and replaced it with a new identity construct that mimics the authoritarian aspects of rabbinic culture even as it rejects its valuational content.
Sub-valuational paraconsistent semantics have been proposed by Hyde, 1997, and Varzi, 1997.
Given the obvious dualities between the LEM and the Law of Bivalence on the one side, and (respectively, syntactic and semantic formulations of) the LNC on the other, it is not too difficult to envisage a ˜sub-valuational™ semantic approach, dual to the supervaluation strategy.
We believe there is a price for everything and, absent insolvency, view AMR shares at about $3 as having reached valuational equilibrium.
First we recorded $13.2 million of net non-cash valuational allowances in the quarter.