exchange value


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Nothing they wore in the way of clothing, but from around each of their necks he removed a necklace of porpoise teeth that was worth a gold sovereign in mere exchange value.
It has resolved personal worth into exchange value.
Mine is no squalor of song that cannot transmute itself, with proper exchange value, into a flower-crowned cottage, a sweet mountain-meadow, a grove of red-woods, an orchard of thirty-seven trees, one long row of blackberries and two short rows of strawberries, to say nothing of a quarter of a mile of gurgling brook.
Her one asset, the fact that her mother was what the Epsom greengrocer called a carriage lady had no exchange value, apparently.
Al-Waly argues that banks, exchange bureaus, and market forces of demand and supply do not really affect the Egyptian pound's exchange value because the CBE always interferes to limit appreciation or depreciation of the national currency within a certain range.
Abdul Basir linked the price escalation in Kabul to trends in the international market, where gold prices touched an all-time high last week because of a fall in the exchange value of the greenback.
That story, interestingly enough, was his most obviously Marxist-inflected short story, the aptly named Exchange Value.
The participating nations are aimed at finding initiatives to increase the trade exchange value to $200 billion in a 10 year period, he mentioned.
Exchange Value includes all the features listed above plus a full Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) Exchange mailbox with Microsoft Outlook integration and offline address book for $9.
Their original cult value, in Walter Benjamin's phrase, is transformed into exhibition value and finally into exchange value.
He sold him 15 fake 50-euro notes with a exchange value of more than pounds 550 for pounds 180, Newcastle Crown Court heard.
I think that what we really have come to see is education is being viewed as a commodity that has exchange value in the marketplace and that an investment in education really at a mass-market level is going to reap benefits in the form of better higher education and ultimately a greater income,'' said J.