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depreciation
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Middlemarch
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  • Fred gave up the fallacious hope of getting a genuine opinion; but on reflection he saw that Bambridge’s depreciation and Horrock’s silence were both virtually encouraging, and indicated that they thought better of the horse than they chose to say.
  • But it would be unjust not to tell, that she never uttered a word in depreciation of Dorothea, keeping in religious remembrance the generosity which had come to her aid in the sharpest crisis of her life.
  • Mother, please say that I am to go," urged Letty, whose life was much checkered by resistance to her depreciation as a girl.

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  • Part of the loss was attributed to the depreciation of the dollar against the yen.
  • He neglected to include equipment depreciation in his profit forecast.

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