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1. Sometimes you will never know the

*true value*of a moment until it becomes a memory.2. Its

*true value*is in its subjectivity.3. It would be impossible to find out its

*true value*from a cursory inspection, she said.4. Mason Pearson's unsurpassed reputation for

*true value*combined with the very highest standards in hair care now spans a whole century.5. If Gilliland is correct,[sentencedict .com] the

*true value*of the mean solar radius is more nearly 959.8 seconds of arc.6. It is difficult to measure the

*true value*of these amenities to the local community.7. For McCloy wouldn't get anything like the cargo's

*true value*in his underworld market.8. Just so; think of it as your local

*True Value*, open for business.9. Once those properties hit the market, their

*true value*will be found out.10. Your life,

*true value*spring.11. MORAL : Judge thins by their

*true value*.12. This is quite different from compound proposition of

*true value*.13. To bring

*True Value*Wines along with professional service and advice to wine drinkers in China.14. This article introduces the

*true value*measurement of dissipation factor by making use of an air capacitor with gap-variable guard-ring.15. The

*true value*of any sales program can only be measured through the customer's eyes.16. The house was sold for only a fraction of its

*true value*.17. I fear we may be in danger of knowing the price of everything but failing to appreciate its

*true value*.18. Branson bought them at an auction which inflated the group's price far beyond its

*true value*.19. Unlikely as it may sound[sentencedict.com], the conductor program could prove the

*true value*of practice.20. Simplicity and repose are the qualities that measure the

*true value*of any work of art. Frank Lloyd Wright21. That is to say, the range within which the

*true value*will lie with a probability of 0.95.22. Therefore, there is a probability of 0.68 that the

*true value*of beta will lie between 0.541 and 0.807.23. As maintenance issues are addressed and total productive maintenance pro-grams implemented, the

*true value*of TPM begins to emerge.24. The test value obtained through distillation pretreatment better approaches the

*true value*.25. ABSOLUTE ACCURACY - the closeness of agreement between the result of a measurement and its

*true value*or accepted standard value. Accuracy is often separated into gain and offset terms.26. So the problem is how to utilize limited audit resources to get a meaningful understanding of the

*true value*of the enterprise.27. The object mobilization should construct right hospital civilization atmosphere and build up

*true value*.28. Note 1 : Only after the faultless measure can get the

*true value*of a quantity.29. As we all know, "national" one word and its

*true value*is the human society economy developing to a certain stage should be born of the product.30. A self-absorption correction model based on the information of spectral broadening is introduced to calculate the

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