turning value

turning value

[′tərn·iŋ ‚val·yü]
(mathematics)
A relative maximum or relative minimum of a function.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Will Hale, of Key Retirement, which specialises in turning value in homes into lifetime loans via equity release, says: "Parents naturally want to help children and grandchildren, but it is desperately sad if that comes with emotional fall-out on top of financial costs."
Will Hale, of Key Retirement, which specialises in turning value in homes into lifetime loans via equity release, says: "Parents Getting onto property naturally want to expensive help children and grandchildren, but it is desperately sad if that comes with emotional fallout on top of financial costs."
Will Hale, of Key Retirement, which specialises in turning value in homes into lifetime loans via equity release, says: "Parents naturally want to Getting property expensive help children and grandchildren, but it is desperately sad if that comes with emotional fallout on top of financial costs."
Will Hale, of Key Retirement, which specialises in turning value in homes into Getting onto property expensive lifetime loans via equity release, says: "Parents naturally want to help children and grandchildren, but it is desperately sad if that comes with emotional fall-out on top of financial costs."
Retailers of all types have cut their prices in response to this trend, but Quinn believes that the strategy risks turning value goods into commodities.
Adhering to these simple, yet extremely effective rules of engagement, Bain & Co believe that PE houses can inject fresh disciplines and capabilities into " the daily rhythm and cultural norms of their firms, turning value creation into a repeatable process they hone over time."
"Any book is delayed suicide" (9) in Cioran's view in the sense that turning values into an act of creation may set the individual free from the axiological dilemmas and tensions that are likely to rule over one's existence.