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  • 1 make of greater value — index appreciate (increase) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Value system — A value system is a set of consistent ethic values (more specifically the personal and cultural values) and measures used for the purpose of ethical or ideological integrity. A well defined value system is a moral code. Personal and communal One… …

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  • 3 Value of Earth — In green economics, value of Earth is the ultimate in ecosystem valuation, and important to value of life calculations. It begins with the simple problem that if the Earth ceases to support life, and human life does not continue elsewhere, all… …

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  • 4 Greater St. Louis — St. Louis St. Charles, Farmington, MO IL   CSA   A NASA image of the Greater St. Louis area …

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  • 5 Value added tax — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy …

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  • 6 Greater London — infobox England region name = Greater London London region short name = London imagename = status = Region* Administrative area Ceremonial county† area km2 = 1,579 area mi2 = 609 area rank = 9th density = 4,758/km² (mid 2006) nuts = UKI… …

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  • 7 Greater Sudbury municipal election, 2006 — The Greater Sudbury municipal election, 2006 was held in the city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada on November 13, 2006. All municipal elections in the province of Ontario are held on the same date; see Ontario municipal elections, 2006 for… …

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  • 8 Greater Vancouver Gateway Program — The Gateway Program is a $3.0 billion [name = Ministry Report >cite web | title = Gateway Program Definition Report | publisher = Ministry of Transportation of British Columbia | date = January 31, 2005 | url =… …

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  • 9 Greater Cane Rat — Taxobox name = Greater Cane Rat status = LC status system = iucn3.1 trend = unknown regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis = Mammalia ordo = Rodentia subordo = Hystricomorpha familia = Thryonomyidae genus = Thryonomys species = T.… …

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  • 10 Deprival value — is a concept used in accounting theory to determine the appropriate measurement basis for assets. It is an alternative to historical cost and fair value or mark to market accounting. Some writers prefer terms such as value to the owner or value… …

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  • 11 Labor theory of value — The labor theories of value (LTV) are theories in economics according to which the values of commodities are related to the labor needed to produce them.There are many different accounts of labor value, with the common element that the value of… …

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  • 12 Law of value — The law of value is a concept in Karl Marx s critique of political economy. Most generally, it refers to a regulative principle of the economic exchange of the products of human work: the relative exchange values of those products in trade,… …

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  • 13 Digital artifactual value — is a preservation term that refers to the intrinsic value of a digital object, rather than the informational content of the object. There are currently no established standards for what constitutes digital artifactual value. Nonetheless, born… …

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  • 14 Land value tax — Land value taxation (LVT) (or site value taxation) is an ad valorem tax where only the value of land itself is taxed. This ignores buildings, improvements, and personal property. Because of this, LVT is different from other property taxes which… …

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  • 15 Surplus value — is a concept created by Karl Marx in his critique of political economy, where its ultimate source is unpaid surplus labor performed by the worker for the capitalist, serving as a basis for capital accumulation.The German equivalent word Mehrwert… …

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  • 16 utility and value — ▪ economics Introduction       in economics, the determination of the prices of goods and services.       The modern industrial economy is characterized by a high degree of interdependence of its parts. The supplier of components or raw materials …

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  • 17 Paradox of value — Water diamonds. The paradox of value (also known as the diamond–water paradox) is the apparent contradiction that, although water is on the whole more useful, in terms of survival, than diamonds, diamonds command a higher price in the market. The …

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  • 18 Replay value — or replayability is a term usually found in combination with video games, but it may be also used to describe other kinds of games, movies, music, or theater plays. Video and computer game players use the term replay value to describe the… …

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  • 19 Subjective theory of value — The subjective theory of value (or theory of subjective value ) is an economic theory of value that holds that to possess value an object must be both useful and scarce, [Moser, John. The Origins of the Austrian School of Economics, Humane… …

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  • 20 Customer lifetime value — Contents 1 Definition of Customer Lifetime Value 2 Calculation in customer retention cases 3 Uses and Advantages of CLV 4 References …

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