As state and federal decision-makers realize the benefits offered by compacts, they are likely to continue to be an increasingly used and valued form
of interstate cooperation.
To illustrate, a valued form
might better serve a new business that has no financial experience on production, turnover, or profits, while the standard form might better be recommended for a business with fluctuations in revenue and expenses.
Especially for younger employees, time spent with one's manager is a valued form
of validation and inspiration, as well as serving a practical purpose of learning and communication, answering questions, discussing possibilities or just listening to an employee's ideas, concerns and opinions.
Patrolling was in many ways the most valued form
of community service one could perform.
It is becoming more and more popular because of people's growing awareness to the effects of drugs and it is a very valued form
The valued form
is the least used business interruption coverage in today's marketplace, but may be well-suited to certain industries or corporations.
Trading is done face to face, an environment where reputation is a valued form
of social capital, because traders are mutually dependent, and social mechanisms have developed that include informal norms, formal rules of trade and organizational arrangements to coordinate collective action.
matter the level of financial assistance provided, a valued form
of support is
A qualified interest is one that is in an easily valued form
, such as an annuity or unitrust interest.
In Appendix 2 hereto for information indicated parameters of the distribution (the power of contractual / tariff group), which may differ from the currently applicable or may be subject to change during the term of the contract for sale of electricity within the tariff groups included in the Terms of Reference and valued form
Agricultural recycling concerns all the sludge produced, compliant and for the monetization part of which can be composted and valued form
of sludge compost