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appreciate

v. to increase in value over a period of time through the natural course of events, including inflation, greater rarity, or public acceptance. This can include real property, jewelry, rare books, art works or securities. (See: appreciation)

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Presiding over the meeting, Member (PSD) PARC / Chairman VEC appreciated the trend of local research and contribution of private seed companies in the seed sector of the country.
Abdul Ghafoor, Member, Plant Sciences Division, appreciated the trend of local research and contribution of private seed companies in the seed sector of the country.
Year-on-year, the dirham appreciated as well against the currencies the same partners by 3.8 per cent and 7.11 per cent respectively, reported state-run Wam, citing statistics released by the Central Bank of the UAE.
UB Deputy Vice Chancellor, Dr Oatlhokwa Nkomazana also appreciated the US support, noting that they value the relationship.
* Teachers feel appreciated and can thrive when they feel respected and trusted.
Prime Minister May appreciated Pakistan's efforts in fighting terrorism and appreciated Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's efforts in reaching out to Afghanistan especially during his recent visit to Kabul.
During the visit, General Bajwa appreciated also appreciated the shooting standards of the participants.
Gillani also appreciated University Extension work of Team Agrihunt in UAF and he further asked Sir Dr.
Bank of Botswana said the Pula appreciated against the Rand by 0.1 percent and the US dollar by 0.2 percent while depreciating against the pound by 0.9 percent.
During your lifetime, donating appreciated assets to charity can make sense.
TOTTENHAM forward CLINT DEMPSEY admits he only left Fulham because he did not feel appreciated at the club.
Willie has drawn up such a guide, which also appears on the website (http://assa.saao.ac.za/html/mnassa.html), and it would be appreciated if future contributors could use it.