something of value

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'I--I--can hardly believe it,' panted Sampson, 'but something of value is missing from the office.
On policing, it has been a crass and reprehensible case of throwing away something of value, and then realising too late how much we need it.
The new name was reportedly inspired by the Latin root meaning strength, courage and signifying something of value and the Valaris name embodies the company's ambition to be 'Boldly First' as the leader in its industry.
Has any of us done something of value for the labour class or tried to resolve their problem?
'That is vote-buying plain and simple since they are giving something of value.' Guia said.
The source noted that Lim's defence representation was based on Section 165 of the Penal Code, which details that a public servant who obtains something of value for himself or someone else must be shown to have done it for 'no consideration, or for a consideration which he knows to be inadequate', among other things.
This man was scouring the neighborhood streets in search of something of value to help his family, and he ended up helping me.
He encouraged the graduating students by advising them to be original, creative and to follow their passion and dreams, urging the academia to contribute something of value to the society.
Section 393 of the Bhutan Penal Code states: 'A defendant shall be guilty of the offence of gambling, if the defendant stakes or wagers something of value upon the outcome of a contest of chance, or a future contingent event not under the defendant's control or influence, upon an agreement or understanding that the defendant will receive something of value in the event of a certain outcome.
In the United States, for example, it hinges upon the idea that "something of value" is at stake in the process.
It became for her something of value. But soon the 'love and wisdom' of God became something of more value than jewels.'