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  • v. Present participle of value.

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Examples

  • Either way, there is a tradeoff of accuracy in valuing the salvaged part of the business, for reduced transaction costs.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Bankruptcy Reform Instead of Bailouts

  • But they will never have the opportunity to do so until the rest of us begin valuing, developing, and promoting leaders instead of valuing, developing, and promoting those who can fabricate a profit margin in the next quarter.

    Letters to the Editor

  • Serge Gruzinski makes the point that both the Europeans and the Indians "agreed in valuing the supernatural to the point of making it the ultimate, primordial and indisputable reality of things."

    Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico

  • The Bear Stearns funds 'situation demonstrates the considerable leeway funds have in valuing illiquid assets.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Where did you think up that BS about Irwin valuing animals over humans and that quip about abortion?

    A Not-So-Sad Farewell to the "Crocodile Hunter"

  • What I really want to know is what metrics are important, what are the multiples (rev, profit, unprofitable), and what are the other metrics in valuing unprofitable, high growth market leaders too big to flip, too small to IPO. $375m Bill. posted by redbarren at 9: 59 PM

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • My desert in valuing him is so great that I can freely confess the fact that two of his stories and one of his criticisms appeared in the magazine some years before my time, though perhaps not with the band of music with which I welcomed every one afterwards ...

    Howells Rediscovered

  • My desert in valuing him is so great that I can freely confess the fact that two of his stories and one of his criticisms appeared in the magazine some years before my time, though perhaps not with the band of music with which I welcomed every one afterwards.

    Recollections of an Atlantic Editorship

  • It’s just a matter of how rational the parties are in valuing those dollars going forward.

    Dumb and dumber money « BuzzMachine

  • Those that remember the dot-com bust might laugh at the idea of valuing Facebook at $100 billion based on its giant collection of eyeballs.

    The $100 Billion Question That Looms for Facebook Fans

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