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- adj. That serves to evaluate
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Once we do that, climate researchers can get off the “hot seat” and play more of an evaluatory role and the need for alarmists on both sides will diminish.
Chadian mediators, meanwhile, proposed that Darfur peace talks that were scheduled to resume in February be postponed so that a new evaluatory commission would have the chance to survey the situation on the ground, a source close to Chad President Idriss
Ileen took a long, thoughtful drink, blinked, coughed in an evaluatory kind of way, and then coughed again and had another drink.
At least when I buy a printed book I know it has been through some evaluatory process.