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a community in which people respected their elders and valued their knowledge and experience
a valued friend/colleague
vitamins and minerals that are valued for their protective and energy-giving qualities
I had the necklace valued then put in the auction.
The seized cocaine was valued at £500,000.
The terms of the deal value the company at £2 million.