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  • noun Plural form of reassessment.

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Examples

  • Residents appealed an average of one-fourth of reassessments during the past decade, according to data from the Cook County, Ill., assessor.

    How to Lower Your Property Taxes

  • As you know, during the summer we had to make some reassessments based upon our financial situation.

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  • What this has meant is a whole slew of property “reassessments” that have no basis in reality (e.g. values put on non-existent assets) that I have to spend a lot of my time fighting.

    Coyote Blog » 2009 » September

  • After the reassessments, he plans to hold town hall meetings and email employees to let them know how the company's course will change.

    Memo to Staff: Don't Panic

  • What this has meant is a whole slew of property “reassessments” that have no basis in reality (e.g. values put on non-existent assets) that I have to spend a lot of my time fighting.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Local Governments Mining for Dollars

  • But the contemporary interest in east-west conflict and how empires collapse has brought new readers to major reassessments of Byzantium's historical significance and helped to extend the study of the "barbarian" forces that sought to bring down empires.

    The Glories of Byzantium

  • Of course Cooper neglects to point out that the ad raised the state sales tax by 17 percent – and prompted millage increases and reassessments that ate up much of the so-called “relief.”

    Danny Cooper Said What?

  • Dr. Mackowiak says he hopes that these historical reassessments hold a lesson for today's physicians.

    Solving Darwin's Medical Mystery

  • Property-tax collections can take years to catch up with falling home prices due to a customary delay for local tax reassessments.

    State Tax Haul Jumps 10.8%

  • While the tsunami-caused nuclear plant emergency in Japan is leading to reassessments of nuclear energy policy around the world, in Africa, experts say challenges remain the same as before.

    Africa Faces Its Own Nuclear Power Challenges

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