blending value

blending value

[′blen·diŋ ‚val·yü]
(engineering)
Measure of the ability of an added component (for example, tetraethyllead, isooctane, and aromatics) to affect the octane rating of a base gasoline stock.
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Oh, I know, many will say that the schools do a sufficient job in blending value lessons in these classes, but since public schools can't teach religion, their value lessons will be weak.
64--is also attractive Manager William Holzer has an impressive reputation for blending value and growth, and the nature of a global fund--as opposed to a strictly international fund--also allows him to hold U.
With its high blending value for (Research Octane Number) RON and (Motor Octane Number) MON, MTBE when used as an additive, can improve gasoline substantially, regardless of type and concentration of the lead alkyls that may be present.
Procter & Gamble sets a great example to other companies of successfully blending value with values,"
He read a number of investment books and concluded that he wanted to take a conservative approach by blending value with growth.
Majteles is the founder of Treehouse Capital LLC, an investment firm focused on blending value and growth investment disciplines to make active investments in later-stage technology companies.
Demonstrate how to use oil pastels and watercolors, blending values of light, medium, and dark of each color.