“Key to this reevaluation is Disraelis early novel, Alroy.”
“Women & the Jobs Crisis, Eileen Boris calls the reevaluation of carework a national priority.”
“Another framing element for our reevaluation is the new communications technologies.”
“According to Comey, "there were a number of issues that [Goldsmith] was looking at" as part of his "reevaluation" of past OLC advice, and the NSA program "was among those issues" under OLC review.”
“Q When you say reevaluate, what kind of reevaluation, how deeply do you want to --”
“Landrieu pretty much groveled at the feet of the oil industry and indicated that she had absolutely no intention of calling for any kind of reevaluation of off shore drilling in light of the catastrophic oil spill in the gulf.”
“A good rule to live by in this world is to never be the subject of a "reevaluation," because that's rarely a good thing.”
“Food and Drug Administration today that it was withdrawing Accutane after a "reevaluation" of its product lines showed it faced serious challenges from generic competitors, company officials said in a statement.”
“This process may include "reevaluation" of votes after Election Day and efforts by either party to disallow votes based on what they think they can get away with, and the result could be litigation.”
“The editorial, posted online this week the medical journal, and authored by physicians at the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research called for a "reevaluation" of these drugs, a sentiment that we heartily support.”
‘reevaluation’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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