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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reassess.

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Examples

  • Downs is at the heart of LA's gay community, yet the book that has made his name completely reassesses the modern gay experience, holding up an unsparing mirror to it.

    The Guardian World News

  • So you can have some changes at the end of a contract as everybody kind of reassesses what their view of the fundamentals are.

    OPNTALK

  • On the outlook for developing Asia, Mr. Rhee reiterated the ADB was likely to raise its forecast for inflation, while slightly lowering its growth view, when it reassesses its projections in September.

    Greater Asian Macroeconomic Policy Cooperation Needed

  • Bank stocks traded mixed, with U.K. lenders mostly underperforming after Moody's Investors Service put 14 U.K. firms on review for a possible downgrade as it reassesses the level of government support factored into its ratings.

    European Stocks Nudge Higher

  • Here, under the subtitle "dead man porn for your still beating heart", blogger and Harry Potter fan Megan reassesses men and women from history – not for their impact on society but for their hotness.

    Internet picks of the week

  • Mr. Treadaway reassesses his photo collections annually and selects his favorite shots for the year, which he then edits and shares.

    Make Organizing Your Photos a Snap

  • His work constantly reassesses the role of the artist and to what extent the finished piece really belongs to its creator.

    Constantin Bjerke: Gavin Turk and the Art of Identity (VIDEO)

  • Bank stocks traded mixed, with U.K. lenders mostly underperforming after Moody's Investors Service put 14 U.K. firms on review for a possible downgrade as it reassesses the level of government support factored into its ratings.

    European Stocks Nudge Higher

  • His work constantly reassesses the role of the artist and to what extent the finished piece really belongs to its creator.

    Constantin Bjerke: Gavin Turk and the Art of Identity (VIDEO)

  • Gauguin6pm, Sky Arts 2To coincide with Tate Modern's Gauguin exhibition, Marlow reassesses the artist and his reputation, claiming that he was in fact a lying, exploitative self-publicist.

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