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You can't put a value on a human life.
The value of the painting is not known.
The dollar dropped in value on the foreign exchange markets last week.
Residential property in the city has doubled in value in the last three years.
Thieves had taken a radio and a Walkman, but nothing of great value.
The ring was actually of very little value.
Handwoven rugs hold their value extremely well.
Discussion of the transport link focused on its value to the local community.
documents that will be of great value to future historians
That watch had belonged to his grandfather and had great sentimental value.
These papers are of no value to a thief.
To its opponents in the developing world, globalization is seen as an attack on traditional cultural values.
the university's liberal values
They have a very different set of values from our own.
This is the British English definition of value. View American English definition of value.
a particle that is smaller than an atom and has no electrical charge
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