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in·val·u·a·ble

 (ĭn-văl′yo͞o-ə-bəl)
adj.
Of inestimable value; priceless: invaluable paintings; invaluable help.

in·val′u·a·ble·ness n.
in·val′u·a·bly adv.
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There are indeed ways in which older workers contribute invaluably to the workplace--their institutional memory and long-term commitment being just two examples.
In the case of Thor and his treacherously twerp brother, Loki (Tom Hiddleston, invaluably snide as ever), they have little choice but to gape in awe at their sister's groundbreaking contributions to camp couture, complete with smoky goth eye shadow and a retractable antlered headdress that Maleficent, Chernabog and deer poachers across the universe would envy.
Though widespread diffusion of IoTs could contribute invaluably like the present internet to economic development, possible security threats should not be neglected.
Invaluably, the Cubs were able to win the World Series while exposing all of their best and brightest to the glare of the spotlight--investing in the future while slaying the demons of the past.
Invaluably, it came with a covered deck, perfect for sitting and munching on baguettes baked on site or sipping a Bordeaux that had travelled just a few miles down the coast.
Vijayan, Additional Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medical College, Kottayam for his aspiring guidance and, invaluably constructive criticism during this study.
The world must acknowledge and support Pakistan's war against terrorism as it is directly and invaluably contributing towards regional and international peace.
I also note for the reader that the pioneering philosophies of both Maxine Greene (1995) and Elliot Eisner (1998) have contributed invaluably to the infusion of the arts in curriculum and educational studies/research.
In this, he must have been invaluably helped by his membership in Henry's Privy Chamber, which he proudly flaunted soon after his appointment on the 1607 title page of The Monarchicke Tragedies.
1 Tony Mowbray has a small squad but he is blessed with some invaluably versatile players, a point underscored by Jacob Murphy who, in the manager's words, stepped up to the plate at Colchester to make light of Adam Armstrong's absence.
While thorough and authoritative, these sections may not be of much use to the casual academic reader, but for readers who pick up this book to explore the historical contexts of the texts and the importance of the various genres, the introductions are invaluably entertaining exegetical and historical studies.