I always take at face value what they say to me.
But who can take such an image at face value now?
Nothing at face value, always take another point of view!
But after much thought he decided to take the play of the jack at face value.
I was not taking the Taken at face value either.
But not people to be taken always at face value, either.
The two issues have a total face value of nearly $1 billion.
I'm not saying we should take him at face value.
Therefore, perhaps their word is to be taken at less than face value.
Not everyone would take that at its face value, but she did.
However, by 1892 the line's shares dropped below their nominal value.
This is the nominal value of the shares rather than their actual worth.
It can be expressed both in terms of nominal and real values.
The rights typically have a nominal value until they take effect.
One should put one's first several thousand dollars into an account which is unlikely to lose its nominal value.
The market price is expressed as a percentage of nominal value.
The nominal value of this unit would rise with inflation in each economy.
Over the course of a day, the average frequency is maintained at the nominal value within a few hundred parts per million.
That knowledge is given a nominal value for use as a point of reference.
In the beginning of 1792, they had lost most of their nominal value.