John Galt was a millionaire, a man of inestimable wealth.
It’s a very important project of scientific research, an undertaking of great social value that may prove of inestimable public benefit, but, unfortunately, the regulations of top policy do not permit me to tell you its nature in fuller detail.
But to have the others think he is-that’s quite an inestimable advantage, isn’t it?
He said that he won’t be made a martyr to people in exchange for giving them an inestimable benefit…… What-what are you laughing at? …. Stop it, will you?
And this is the thing that I cannot take, even were I able to take all the rest: that in order to give them an inestimable benefit, we should be made martyrs to the men who, but for us, could not have conceived of it.
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jewels of inestimable value
a right inestimable to them
Thomas Jefferson et al. -- The Declaration of Independence