Appreciation may refer to:
- Capital appreciation
- Currency appreciation and depreciation
- Art criticism
Other articles related to "appreciation":
... Level Tax base Tax rates 1 That part of the appreciation amount not exceeding 50% of the sum of deductible items 30% 2 That part of the appreciation amount exceeding 50%, but not exceeding 100 ... Then the amount of tax payable shall be calculated respectively for different parts of the appreciation by applying the applicable tax rates in line with the percentages of the ... The sum of the amount of tax payable for different parts of the appreciation shall be the full amount of tax payable by the taxpayers ...
... "Selma Kurz is one of the greatest coloratura sopranos of all times ... Her effortless mastering of difficult parts, the freedom of her taste of stile, but above all her endless uncomparable trills can't be overestimated and she can still be admired on CD" ...
... System appreciation is an activity often included in the maintenance phase of software engineering projects ... Software architecture recovery is often the first step within System appreciation ...
... Military Appreciation Day is any event intended to express appreciation for men and women currently (and sometimes formerly) in military service ... A particular "Military Appreciation Day" is a date selected for convenience, typically but not necessarily approximate to Veterans Day or Memorial Day ...
... The NHL's New York Islanders first instituted a "Military Appreciation Day" in 2007 ... Islanders intend each year's "Military Appreciation Day" to be the home game closest to Veterans Day ... Football Conference have commemorated “Jets Military Appreciation Day” since 2000 ...
Famous quotes containing the word appreciation:
“He, who, in view of its inconsistencies, says of human nature the same that, in view of its contrasts, is said of the divine nature, that it is past finding out, thereby evinces a better appreciation of it than he who, by always representing it in a clear light, leaves it to be inferred that he clearly knows all about it.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“The aim of life is appreciation; there is no sense in not appreciating things; and there is no sense in having more of them if you have less appreciation of them.”
—Gilbert Keith Chesterton (18741936)
“The wonderful scope and variety of female loveliness, if too long suffered to sway us without decision, shall finally confound all power of selection. The confirmed bachelor is, in America, at least, quite as often the victim of a too profound appreciation of the infinite charmingness of woman, as made solitary for life by the legitimate empire of a cold and tasteless temperament.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)