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  • noun Plural form of assessment.

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Examples

  • NOGUCHI: But how creative they will get in their assessments is an open question.

    Some Landlords More Lenient On Credit Histories

  • Given the increasing frequency of such events -- and the potential damage wreaked upon reputations and balance sheets -- executives, boards of directors and audit committees are engaging in assessments of a company's ability to rapidly and accurately understand the situation in response to legal inquiries.

    Why Managing E-mail Matters

  • She had sensitive a Board which a stream year would be a hard a single due to a lift in assessments not being effective for a year after being set a prior year.

    September 09, 2009 Meeting Minutes

  • She had sensitive a Board which a stream year would be a hard a single due to a lift in assessments not being effective for a year after being set a prior year.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • "The insurgency seems to be maintaining its resilience," said a senior Defense Department official involved in assessments of the war.

    Robert Naiman: Is the Pentagon Deliberately "Degrading" Afghanistan's Capacity for Peace?

  • Given the increasing frequency of such events -- and the potential damage wreaked upon reputations and balance sheets -- executives, boards of directors and audit committees are engaging in assessments of a company's ability to rapidly and accurately understand the situation in response to legal inquiries.

    Why Managing E-mail Matters

  • For instance, Yvette Cooper, now foremost among politicians routinely demanding to know if government departments have subjected their budgetary plans to gender equality assessments, is not known to have tackled her previous Labour line managers about their own duties in this respect.

    Women should stop whingeing about the coalition cuts

  • Given the increasing frequency of such events -- and the potential damage wreaked upon reputations and balance sheets -- executives, boards of directors and audit committees are engaging in assessments of a company's ability to rapidly and accurately understand the situation in response to legal inquiries.

    Why Managing E-mail Matters

  • Given the increasing frequency of such events -- and the potential damage wreaked upon reputations and balance sheets -- executives, boards of directors and audit committees are engaging in assessments of a company's ability to rapidly and accurately understand the situation in response to legal inquiries.

    Why Managing E-mail Matters

  • "The insurgency seems to be maintaining its resilience," said a senior Defense Department official involved in assessments of the war.

    Robert Naiman: Is the Pentagon Deliberately "Degrading" Afghanistan's Capacity for Peace?

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