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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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Capetown [South Africa], July 17 ( ANI ): South African tennis player Kevin Anderson has said that he received a phone call from President Cyril Ramaphosa right before his Wimbledon final and he really appreciates the gesture.
Taj said and appreciates the decision of Peshawar High Court for stopping the PGMI to devolution, adding that PGMI is mother institution for the doctors.
Tax Executives Institute appreciates this opportunity to present our views on the practical issues relating to trade with the Acceding Countries and commends the work of the Directorate-General Taxation and Customs Union in trying to ensure the smooth integration.
We are blessed with many small farms that are able (and eager) to grow for a local market that appreciates quality and the special flavors that come from products grown for freshness and flavor.
The superintendents especially appreciate the educational sessions.
In the Fall 2000 survey students were asked to respond to three open-ended questions: 1) "Is there anything about the online classroom that has made it easier for you to learn, achieve your academic goals, or participate in class discussions (as compared to an on-ground classroom)"; 2) "Is there anything that has made it harder?" 3) "We'd appreciate any other comments about your experience with this online course.
An IDIT works best for a client with assets expected to appreciate significantly (similar to a GNAT), so that appreciation can shift to heirs without gift tax.
Once again, TEI appreciates the surface appeal of calls to terminate the Internal Revenue Code.
Micro Modeling appreciates the electrical supply and likes the building's posh lobby and offices.
Because S already owns 10,000 shares of XYZ stock, any subsequent appreciation or depreciation in the XYZ stock will have no economic relevance to S, because he is both long and short 10,000 shares of XYZ stock at the same time (i.e., if the XYZ stock appreciates, S's gain on the shares of XYZ stock he owns will be offset by the loss on the XYZ stock that S sold short (and vice versa) ).