proper value

proper value

[′präp·ər ′val·yü]
(mathematics)
References in classic literature ?
Bullfrog's deficiencies and superfluities at exactly their proper value.
"Leave it to me to find out that," said the curate; "though there is no reason for supposing, senor captain, that you will not be kindly received, because the worth and wisdom that your brother's bearing shows him to possess do not make it likely that he will prove haughty or insensible, or that he will not know how to estimate the accidents of fortune at their proper value."
"And," continued he, bowing to Monk, "an enemy whom I shall henceforth esteem at his proper value."
He knew that the lack made a man petty, mean, grasping; it distorted his character and caused him to view the world from a vulgar angle; when you had to consider every penny, money became of grotesque importance: you needed a competency to rate it at its proper value. He lived a solitary life, seeing no one except the Athelnys, but he was not lonely; he busied himself with plans for the future, and sometimes he thought of the past.
It is like a bric-a-brac shop, all monsters and dust, with everything priced above its proper value. I think you will tire first, all the same.
He hoped to teach me to set a proper value on my inheritance, by letting me learn, in this way, all that it costs to make a fortune; wherefore, as soon as I was old enough to understand his advice, he urged me to choose a profession and to work steadily at it.
Butteridge at his proper value. He eircled the University buildings, and dropped to within shouting distance of the crowds in West End Park and on the slope of Gilmorehill.
Here was a woman who lived on ascertained and honorable terms with her employers -- a woman who looked capable of sending any parents in England to the right-about, if they failed to rate her at her proper value.
Enumerating the major challenges in the Agriculture sector such as providing market connectivity and promoting agricultural exports, Shri Tomar said that amongst these one major challenge is farmers not getting proper value for their produce.
"I just want to be told why it was not necessary to engage the Ministry of Lands as required by law for the proper value of the building and so that the public does not lose money," said Ugunja MP and PAC chairman Opiyo Wandayi.
The participants said that FBR has increased proper value vide SRO-117(1)/2019 and government should reduce tax on sale/purchase of property from 2% to 1% for non-filers and from 1% to 0.5% for filers.
The participants said that FBR has increased proper value vide SRO117(1)/2019 and government should reduce tax on sale/purchase of property from 2% to 1% for non-filers and from 1% to 0.5% for filers.