Apprecation

Ap`pre`ca´tion


n.1.Earnest prayer; devout wish.
A solemn apprecation of good success.
- Bp. Hall.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Some things need a little apprecation or they might take the hump.
Lola Castro, WFP Pakistan Representative and Country Director shared her apprecation. "On behalf of WFP I would like to thank the Government of Pakistan and generous donors such as the German government who are our partners in our fight for a food secure Pakistan.
Juniors who benefited from grants provided through the Ardito Travel Fund expressed their apprecation to contributors.
In this submenu all rates of price apprecation for chosen portfolio are calculated and displayed.
This may be pure chance, or due to the vulnerability of paint and parchment, or may be a reading-in of Christian prejudice about non-Christian religion; but turning back to one's own world, this brief, privileged snap-shot of a cross-section of domestic life inevitably leads to a better apprecation of the value of cultural artefacts in understanding the wider scope of religion even in our supposedly post-Christian western world.
However, since there is no concept of interest under Sharia law, there is little apprecation of the time value of money, believes Williams.
While I was familiar with the traditional tale of Scott's demise on the return journey from the pole, I had far less of an apprecation of its cultural resonance.
But these fans have been pumped about their team for a while now, and they even had a rally for the Thunder before the start of the season where Durant showed up and went on a microphone to show his apprecation for their support.
The NASDAQ was at about 1,315 compared to 1,865 today, yielding apprecation of nearly 42%.
But it might also end up delivering us not just an alternative current but an alternative approach that as yet we lack, one that might meld the formalist's appreciation of pattern and the universalist's apprecation of commensurability with the nominalist's asseveration of the particularity of particular processes and of the particular things and beings that compose them.