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  • n. Plural form of evaluator.


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  • "While it's true I have impressive arm strength, and that I'm willing to stand up in the pocket against the rush, the fact remains that my lack of downfield accuracy gets me in trouble on the deep throws and my field vision is suspect," Quinn told draft evaluators from the Raiders, Browns, and Cardinals. "

    April 19th, 2007

  • There are some weird bugs with WinDbg's expression evaluators that make it difficult to use with actual expressions; passing addresses directly works better.

    Planet Mozilla

  • It helps when the evaluators are a nonpartisan group of experts who know something about the area on which they judge the president.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • In this guidance COSO recognizes the need for an organizational structure that considers the roles of management and the board in regard to monitoring, and the use of "evaluators" with appropriate capabilities, objectivity, and authority.


  • Comparing institutions on a global scale, by various yard- and metersticks, evaluators routinely fill many of the top two hundred spots on their lists with U.S. colleges and universities.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Tallies of living languages differ widely depending on how evaluators delineate one language from another.

    The English Is Coming!

  • He was a consistently mediocre performer, ranking in the lowest 25% of his class, but to his evaluators, he was an officer of unique talents.

    Major Hasan, 'Star Officer'

  • Many of them brought fewer evaluators than usual to the recent NFL combine.

    Guiding draft principle amid NFL's money woes: Get it right

  • Develop peer evaluators: Principals can't do this job alone; they simply have too many responsibilities to provide the kind of intensive coaching that will be necessary to support teachers effectively.

    Teach Plus: Teachers Want to Learn, Too: Evaluations We Believe In

  • Redesigning this time would help schools implement meaningful evaluations and give teachers the time to reflect and de-brief observations with evaluators and fellow teachers.

    Teach Plus: Teachers Want to Learn, Too: Evaluations We Believe In


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