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Moments of Truth (2013)
The Politics of Financial Crises in Comparative Perspective by Francisco Panizza, George Philip
After one of them, President Lopez Portillo ruefully admitted that 'a president who devalues is a devalued president.' What added a further dimension to this crisis wasits regional, and indeed global, dimension: Mexico was not alone.
by Thomas M. Leonard
Assume that a developing country such as Nigeria devalues its currency (called the naira) so that more nairas now ...
by Vincent N. Parrillo
First, it devalues a profession based on honesty, and second, it undermines the fabric of advancement where recognition is through publication and citation. Failure to properly acknowledge another academic is regarded as cheating someone ...
by Oxford Dictionaries,
devalue verb (devalues, devaluing, devalued) 1 make something seem less important than it is. 2 reduce the value of a currency in relation to other currencies .
Dictionary Of Social Work (2010)
The Definitive A to Z of Social Work and Social Care by John Pierson
Disability advocates feel that the justification for an abortion on grounds of 'foetal abnormality' clearly devalues disabled people. Pro-life groups tend to argue that a foetus is a human being from conception, that killing human beings is immoral ...
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Scrabble value of D2E1V4A1L1U1E1S1
The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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