(1) There exists in human nature a strong propensity to depreciate the advantages, and to magnify the evils, of the present times.(2) A better scenario would be for the dollar to depreciate against the euro, and for sterling to share part of that weakening.(3) Changes in accounting policies are another example of something to watch for - for example, a company might decide to depreciate assets over a longer period to save on the depreciation charge.(4) We would suggest that to assume that all women possess a drive toward inter-relatedness, or that all men possess a drive toward individualism, is to depreciate that individual's experience.(5) The simple reason behind this change is that the US dollar and the euro are going to steeply depreciate against the value of gold.(6) Our beautiful local meadowland, and its inhabitants, would be destroyed and many local homes would depreciate in value.(7) In the meantime, all currencies will depreciate against each other, and precious metals and other commodities will rise, and rise.(8) But by how many thousands more did his car simply depreciate in value over the same period?(9) One reason graffiti seems so threatening is that it's the only art form that seems to depreciate material possessions.(10) the latest cars will depreciate heavily in the first year(11) The problem with art that does this is that it does not adequately reflect on the urgency of the moment we now live in and thus tends to depreciate in value.(12) Unlike traditional homes, which appreciate in value, mobile homes depreciate .(13) It should also be kept in mind that the trends in computer technology are toward facilitation of PC use, and that will inevitably depreciate many skills currently learned by students.(14) Anyone who has enjoyed writing and reading lyrics as much as I have can hardly depreciate one mode for another.(15) The won continues to depreciate against the dollar and stock prices continue to fall.(16) We buy what we like and it's a bonus that paintings don't usually depreciate in value.