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worth

1. having a value of
2. value, price
3. the amount or quantity of something of a specified value
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In addition to the programs in India, Worthwhile Wear launched a US based program called The Well that offers long-term housing, aftercare, and employment for sexually exploited and trafficked women.
Does health locus of control predict the smallest worthwhile effect of motor control exercise when adjusted for severity of pain?
She added: "It will also demonstrate that serving the community is a really worthwhile career.
Coun Huxtable, who decides whether it is worthwhile for councillors and officials to visit foreign destinations, was speaking yesterday as it emerged that the trips included:
Many of the machines in today's market are complicated and computerized, so these sessions become worthwhile ways for staff mechanics to learn and observe while dealer personnel check onboard computers and troubleshoot.
Coaching Football Successfully is more than a worthwhile addition to your library; it's a proven game plan to building a championship-caliber football team.
That translates into more than $600 million for worthwhile state projects.
If you are already a Mac person, no problems, but meeting the technical requirements for using this screen with a PC is daunting, and likely not worthwhile
The book does have some interesting and worthwhile observations, but devoting a chapter to "the body"--and how to read body types--isn't exactly relevant to most business readers.
Leadership preparation needs to provide leaders with a deep sense of what a worthwhile and valuable education ought to look like (Apple & Beane, 1995).
This is some worthwhile dope that definitely doesn't take itself too seriously.
This lesson is worthwhile because a broad vocabulary paves the way to literacy.