- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reevaluate.
“As for JFCOM's other activities, Gates said, they are being "reevaluated," with the expectation that other parts of the Defense Department will fill any gaps.”
“Just before Lieberman's speech on Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said that Lieberman would be "reevaluated" after the election - but also suggested an expanded Democratic majority wouldn't seal his fate.”
“And earlier statements or decrees to the contrary such as saying that the church has no authority to ordain women, as JPII said would simply fall under the category of truthes that need to be "reevaluated" in light of new discoveries, knowledge, and circumstances.”
“Even good things are "reevaluated" and deemed evil.”
“Both have unconscious belief systems that need to be questioned and reevaluated.”
“The Professional Development Plan should be reevaluated, and possibly revised, regularly.”
“I was told that after five months my situation would be reevaluated.”
“The dramatic increases in capital investment in the retail industry that took place in recent years are being reversed, and investment levels are being reevaluated.”
“As investors reevaluated their risk tolerance, a flight to quality ensued, with many investors shifting their preference to cash and to risk-free Treasury securities.”
“During this time where systems are being reevaluated, it is important that educators and decision-makers alike consider these elements while formulating new plans which will maintain our place in the world.”
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