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Validity, 1) strength, efficacy: “purpose is but the slave to memory, of violent birth, but poor v.” Hml. III, 2, 199.
2) value: “this ring, whose high respect and rich v. did lack a parallel,” All's V, 3, 192. “nought enters there, of what v. and pitch soe'er,” Tw. I, 1, 12. “more v. . . . lives in carrion-flies than Romeo,” Rom. III, 3, 33. “no less in space, v. and pleasure,” Lr. I, 1, 83.
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