bare value

bare value

[¦ber ′val·yü]
(quantum mechanics)
The value which some physical property of a particle, such as its mass or charge, is supposed to have in the absence of any interactions with fields.
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Marksbury's win had a significance beyond its bare value for Eustace, who said: "I'm delighted for his owner Michael Wyatt, as he's been such a loyal supporter for so long and I can't remember the last time I trained a winner for him.
Whoever they meet from Group D is going to be shorter than 3-1 to qualify and this looks a sound wager not just on bare value grounds but also because there are increasing flaws in the Three Lions' credentials.
Amid the personal artifacts and across spatiotemporal registers, the exhibition assumed an almost confessional air, laying bare values, influences, and associations in the company of public intimacies.