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Synonyms for value

Synonyms for value

a measure of those qualities that determine merit, desirability, usefulness, or importance

a level of superiority that is usually high

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to have a high opinion of

to recognize the worth, quality, importance, or magnitude of

Synonyms for value

the amount (of money or goods or services) that is considered to be a fair equivalent for something else

relative darkness or lightness of a color

(music) the relative duration of a musical note

an ideal accepted by some individual or group

fix or determine the value of

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

estimate the value of

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The statement also said that a "major portion" of the valuables was restored to their original owners.
According to the charge sheet, the trio abused their position (as porters with a private security company at Dubai airport) by stealing different kinds of valuables.
Ideally motorists shouldn't leave any valuables in an empty car, but if they do, hide them away.
Vehicle crime prevention packs have been distributed to drivers in the city centre and motorists were encouraged to help crime by removing valuables.
There certainly is valuable artwork, and regional artists are becoming more and more popular - certainly California Impressionists,'' she says.
valuer and auctioneer, Andrew Cheney, has published a list of Britain's top ten most common hidden valuables - those forgotten-about items which may have been growing in value while left lying around in the attic or in an old chest of drawers for years.
Although in practice museums of international significance can hardly get established without violating the property rights of defeated peoples, in theory the thesis stated in the international law about the inadmissibility of forced removal of cultural valuables undoubtedly prevails--at least, it is universally recognized that they should not be treated as purely material valuables.
Under this program, uniformed officers of both the patrol division and the K-9 section search the campus for security or safety violations, such as open or unlocked doors or valuables left unattended.
BoomerangIt lost and found return service will offer Japanese consumers a new level of security to protect valuables, such as electronic devices and the data inside, that are not easily replaced," said Toru Yamakawa, representative director of BoomerangIt Japan.
Morioka noted that prevention is one of the most important steps an island visitor can take - ``not locking valuables in the vehicle, making sure you take only what you need for your excursion; not taking your whole household with you, locking the rest in the hotel safe.
Whether you are at a hotel or at home, leaving valuables out in the open is a risky proposition, particularly when others have access.
Two knife-wielding thieves entered an unlocked house early Thursday, tied up a teen-age girl who was home alone and stole two safes filled with jewelry, along with valuable carved elephant tusks, officials said.
To make matters worse, students may be shocked to discover that they're out in the cold when it comes to having their valuables protected.
Keep valuables and all materials that could be used for identity theft, vehicle theft, or burglarizing your residence in a locked area that cannot be opened with the concierge key.
The Chubbs Antiques Roadshow, produced by WGBH Boston, features a series of local events at which top appraisers determine the value of Americas hidden treasures, tell the stories behind those treasures and encourage people to preserve and protect their valuables.