put store by (something or someone)

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put store by (something or someone)

To have faith, confidence, or belief in someone or something; to care about, appreciate, or respect someone or something. I, however, have put store by the promise of the afterlife, so I choose to lead my life piously and devoutly. I'm afraid my brother should be kept off the list of guests, as he's not one to put great store by obeying social rules or etiquette. It's important to have close friends in life that you may put store by when times are tough.
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Raghavan pointed to numerous occassions where even the most reputed pollsters have been completely off the mark in the past, but argued that people do put store by them.
END OF THE LINE J Niall O'Farrell put store into liquidation
The return on investment has been proven by thousands of franchisees worldwide that have put store operations in the palm of their hand through any browser or Smartphone.
Vertical Networks has unveiled MultiSite Reporter, a new product designed to put store communications reporting on par with sophisticated reporting technology in other sales channels.
The bottom line in deciding whether to put store in Cheltenham form, or look for those who have been laid out for Aintree, is the available odds.
Now, we can put store logos in color and we can produce shorter run campaigns, which helps our customers be more targeted and nimble in their marketing efforts.
The Return on Investment (ROI) has been proven by thousands of franchisees worldwide that have put store operations in the palm of their hand through any browser or Smartphone.
Retailers can't just put store brands on the shelves and expect them to be successful," he says.
The chances of O'Neill's spirited side winning tonight, this would suggest, are greater than odds of 13-8 imply, given that they have home advantage and - for the benefit of those who put store in such things - a formidable record against their Midlands rivals.
With, probably, the best surface in the country to play upon - Bournbrook, generally, was saturated but the pitch was an island - conditions did not overly dictate the modes of progress and Moseley did put store on their youth and mobility.
Paul Schmitt, PETCO's Vice President of Organizational Effectiveness, said, "We wanted an applicant tracking solution that could automate recruiting for store positions and put Store Management in direct control of this important responsibility.
The renovation was designed to reconfigure the layout of new retail units to address changes in passenger traffic and put stores squarely in the path of millions of travelers every year.
There was less interest in adding bike lanes if that put stores out of business.
He argued the higher tax would put stores in Blackstone Valley border towns in a less competitive position to Rhode Island and make life "more difficult" for low-income residents.