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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of appraise.

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Examples

  • Therefore, a single-party rule must be appraised from a straight political criterion and not confused by reference to political ideologies or theories.

    India and the Sixties

  • By then, university officials had had the coins appraised, notified police and placed the money in a safe while awaiting word from investigators.

    WRAL.com Top Stories

  • Specifically it's a proposal that would empower the FHA to ensure troubled loans assuming lenders will voluntarily write them down to an affordable level and that is to say the appraised level of a valued home.

    CNN Transcript Mar 31, 2008

  • In Houston, an anonymous donor earlier this month dropped in a gold coin appraised at $1,500.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • A man may be "appraised" by someone other than his own manager, he may take special company courses and engage in other "developmental" activities and acquire considerable information and inspiration.

    The Development of Men

  • If someone bought a house 3 years ago for $300,000, and now it is "appraised" at $200,000, even if they've only paid a total of $5000 on the house, they will get assistance. on 03 / 05 / 2009, -49 / +63I don't get it.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • The company told the tower's new owners in July that it wants to buy the sculpture at half its appraised value, which it says is allowed under a 1994 deal.

    Sears, Willis Tower In Dispute Over Calder Sculpture 'The Universe'

  • The house on Arbella Street is under contract for $167,000, and was appraised for nearly double, pending renovations.

    The Housing Slump Has Salem On a Witch Hunt Again

  • My parents house in Arlington (built either during or right after ww2) is appraised at around 500K (down from 600K at the peak) – like every other house in the neighborhood.

    Matthew Yglesias » Subsidizing Homeownership

  • The two had already been put in an exposed position when they testified to one of the Whittingdale committee's earlier hearings in 2009 that James Murdoch had been personally appraised of the huge Gordon Taylor settlement.

    Phone hacking: Tom Crone and Colin Myler raise the stakes

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