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  • noun Plural form of reevaluation.

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Examples

  • Doctoral programs in both the performing arts and creative writing have an even longer history than the fine arts, suggesting that the fit of artists of any medium or discipline within the academy has not been an easy one and may be currently undergoing one of its periodic reevaluations.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • Doctoral programs in both the performing arts and creative writing have an even longer history than the fine arts, suggesting that the fit of artists of any medium or discipline within the academy has not been an easy one and may be currently undergoing one of its periodic reevaluations.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • Doctoral programs in both the performing arts and creative writing have an even longer history than the fine arts, suggesting that the fit of artists of any medium or discipline within the academy has not been an easy one and may be currently undergoing one of its periodic reevaluations.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • That is one reason why the prospect of regime change in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Yemen sounds better by the second -- it will put a seal on a new Mideast order and force us into some fundamental policy reevaluations.

    Sharmine Narwani: Hillary Dusts off Iranian Bogeyman...Again

  • "The next few years will be a rich period for retirement program reevaluations," says Alan Glickstein, senior consultant at employee-benefit consulting firm Towers Watson.

    Will Your 401(k) Plan Survive?

  • Doctoral programs in both the performing arts and creative writing have an even longer history than the fine arts, suggesting that the fit of artists of any medium or discipline within the academy has not been an easy one and may be currently undergoing one of its periodic reevaluations.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • With the help of her neurologist, she successfully petitioned the head of the Department of Transportation to waive continued reevaluations for Access-A-Ride because Parkinson's is an incurable degenerative illness.

    Alan Singer: People With Disabilities Cut First: Who Will Be Next?

  • Though perhaps I have Bio-dad's adventurous streak to blame for my frequent career changes and reevaluations, something my more stable Dad doesn't always understand.

    Brian Gresko: Nurture vs. Nature: Which Determines Our Personality More?

  • Counterterrorism Center chief Michael Leiter said the WikiLeaks revelations have sparked reevaluations of what information is shared among U.S. government agencies and officials.

    Counterterrorism Director: WikiLeaks Will Not Affect War on Terror

  • It was a genuine, moving account: I got to hear about how crushed she felt by the deadbeat boyfriend and the tone-deaf fertility specialist, and I also heard, in her words, what it felt like to fall suddenly sick and go through three years of exhausting tests, treatments, reevaluations, all with a brooding sense of urgency and uncertainty.

    After the Diagnosis

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