Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of assess.
  • noun Action of the verb to assess; assessment.

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Examples

  • The enterprise of assessing the value of certain other values (call them the ˜revalued values™) naturally invites the metaethical question: what status ” metaphysical, epistemological ” do the values used to undertake this revaluation (the ˜assessing values™) enjoy?

    Nietzsche's Moral and Political Philosophy

  • As she turned back to the dishes, she caught Holt studying her, his expression assessing and cool.

    The Rogue

  • As she turned back to the dishes, she caught Holt studying her, his expression assessing and cool.

    The Rogue

  • Each of the shoes that has been carbon-footprinted comes with a label assessing its greenhouse-gas score on a scale of zero, which is best, to 10, which is worst.

    Six Products, Six Carbon Footprints

  • Father Jasper regarded him for a long time, his expression assessing.

    Tempted by Your Touch

  • Father Jasper regarded him for a long time, his expression assessing.

    Tempted by Your Touch

  • Father Jasper regarded him for a long time, his expression assessing.

    Tempted by Your Touch

  • Father Jasper regarded him for a long time, his expression assessing.

    Tempted by Your Touch

  • That is why everything we use in assessing teachers must be linked to their effectiveness in the classroom and focused on increasing student achievement.

    How to fix our schools: A manifesto by Joel Klein, Michelle Rhee and other education leaders

  • What Kenny Smith – - one of my favorite entertainers and basketball analysts — forgets when dealing with stats as opposed to offering up his sensational, articulate and simple breakdown of the subtleties of the pro game is that his sample set of 187 prior events had a bias to it that makes it not directly relevant at all in assessing the Cavs odds.

    Lebron James, and Naked Without Data

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