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Valparaiso
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Valparaiso: Seaport in Chile town in Florida (USA) city in Indiana (USA) university in Indiana (USA)
Valsalvian
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Valsalvian: Of or pertaining to Valsalva, an Italian anatomist of the 17th century. Valsalvian experiment (Med.), the process of inflating the middle ear by closing the m
Valuable
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A precious possession a thing of value, especially a small thing, as an article of jewelry used mostly in the plural. The food and valuables they offer to the gods. Tylo
Valuable possessions
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Valuable possessions: Possessions of high worth, valuable things that one owns
Valuableness
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The quality of being valuable. Valuableness: Greatness of value, preciousness, costliness, pricelessness
Valuables
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Valuables: Small valuable items or objects (such as jewellery) valuable items in a collective manner
Valuably
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So as to be of value. Valuably: With great value usefully, helpfully, profitably
Valuation
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The act of valuing, or of estimating value or worth the act of setting a price estimation appraisement as, a valuation of lands for the purpose of taxation. 6. Value se
Valuational
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Valuational: Serving to estimate the worth or importance of, appraising
Valuative
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Valuative: Serving to estimate the worth or importance of, appraising
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