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UniCredit trades at 40% of tangible book value, less goodwill, and it should trade at 80%.How to play the 2021 recovery, according to investing experts|matthewheimer|November 20, 2020|Fortune
Apps can — just like therapists — give practical and tangible help for couples struggling to connect.
When there’s purpose, there’s a sense of reward, and when I’m hunting for mushrooms it feels like I’m achieving something tangible.
He made it palpable and tangible even to people inclined to see the bright side of everything.Trumpism is a lifestyle disease, chronic in America|Philip Kennicott|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
Microsoft’s recent blockbuster acquisition of Bethesda Studios only makes this dream feel so much more tangible.Xbox Series X and S review and comparison: Next-gen feels awfully familiar|Gene Park|November 5, 2020|Washington Post
It is to be regretted that no material evidence of equal tangibility is forthcoming of the Age of Gold.Peru in the Guano Age|Alexander James Duffield
I seemed to be there—to have a very familiar form—but to be nothing more than form—to have no tangibility.Haunted Places in England|Elliot O'Donnell
To feel a blind, vague, ineffable urge within you, stealing out to tangibility in colour and form!Missy|Dana Gatlin
But the goals to which these pathways lead have a tangibility that give them a vital interest for all the world.A History of Science, Volume 5(of 5)|Henry Smith Williams
There is nothing but the idea of their colour or tangibility, which can render them conceivable by the mind.A Treatise of Human Nature|David Hume