value history

value history

a document, which can be part of an advance directive, stating a person's values, beliefs, and assessments of those aspects of life that give it meaning, to serve as a guide for someone who is designated to make medical decisions for the person composing the document in the event that that person becomes incompetent to decide.
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Our culture obsesses over novelty and innovation, so we don't value history much - especially when we're in the midst of it.
Users enter in an address and the Home Scoop(TM) tool returns the home's value and value history, nearby comparable sales, area demographics, nearby schools, public and emergency services and more.
Using a combination of historical MLS data and public records and created with technology partners, they system allows users to type in an address and get a full property information report including an estimated price range and property value, property information, sales history, value history, comparable sales, a local market snapshot and sold market trends.
If they don't value history, then they won't value the buildings.
Americans value history with little regard (as opposed to nostalgia, which is easy to sell).
Could be value history says final-day bias is towards goals-galore results, including where you'd least expect them
In this anthropological approach to history as public knowledge, he resists the idea that history is intrinsically valuable and instead looks at how and why we value history and what people do with their knowledge of history.
I would often see him looking over a bond value history or working on one of his performance illustrations.
When students can see the connections between the past and their own passions, they value history.
They've released a survey which shows that we value history more than sport and substantially more than football.
Throughout the arts, as expressed by the markets, the effects of the failure of modern education to value history are making themselves felt.