Some articles on valuable:
... The All-Star Most Valuable Player is awarded to the Professional Inline Hockey Association is deemed the most valuable player in the PIHA All-Star Classic ...
... AMVP All-Star Game Most Valuable Player COY Coach of the Year DPOY Defensive Player of the Year Finish Final position in league or division standings GB Games behind first-place ... Walter Kennedy Citizenship MVP Most Valuable Player ROY Rookie of the Year SMOY Sixth Man of the Year MIP Most Improved Player Award W Number of regular season wins ...
... 1992 FIVB World League "Most Valuable Player" 1994 World Championships "Most Valuable Player" 1995 European Championships "Most Valuable Player" ...
... champions * Conference champions ^ Division champions # Playoff berth ASGMVP All-Star Game Most Valuable Player CIT J ... of the Year EoY Executive of the Year FMVP Finals Most Valuable Player MIP Most Improved Player MVP Most Valuable Player RoY Rookie of the Year SMoY Sixth Man of the Year SPOR ...
... film magazines praised the latter - shortly after release it was awarded not only "artificially valuable", but also "national-political valuable" by film checkers of the propaganda ... Missing (Der Vierte kommt nicht) in 1938/1939 were recommended as "artistically valuable" ... movie was recommended not only "artistically and national-political valuable", but additionally as "particularly suitable for adolescents" (jugendwert) ...
More definitions of "valuable":
- (adj): Having worth or merit or value.
Example: "A valuable friend"
- (noun): Something of value.
Example: "All our valuables were stolen"
- (adj): Having great material or monetary value especially for use or exchange.
Example: "Another human being equally valuable in the sight of God"; "a valuable diamond"
Famous quotes containing the word valuable:
“As the unity of the modern world becomes increasingly a technological rather than a social affair, the techniques of the arts provide the most valuable means of insight into the real direction of our own collective purposes.”
—Marshall McLuhan (19111980)
“An alliance is like a chain. It is not made stronger by adding weak links to it. A great power like the United States gains no advantage and it loses prestige by offering, indeed peddling, its alliances to all and sundry. An alliance should be hard diplomatic currency, valuable and hard to get, and not inflationary paper from the mimeograph machine in the State Department.”
—Walter Lippmann (18891974)
“The shrewd guess, the fertile hypothesis, the courageous leap to a tentative conclusionthese are the most valuable coin of the thinker at work. But in most schools guessing is heavily penalized and is associated somehow with laziness.”
—Jerome S. Bruner (b. 1915)