reevaluation


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Noun1.reevaluation - the evaluation of something a second time (or more)
rating, valuation, evaluation - an appraisal of the value of something; "he set a high valuation on friendship"
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The ministry stated that after the reevaluation process, the differences in marks were taken care of, which was due to the marking of the essay questions.
The Finance Ministry finalised on Sunday its reevaluation of 48.
The statute required that every property be reappraised to determine its taxable value during a year in which reevaluation is permitted, and only in such years.
Dor Alon"), had received from the Israeli Ministry of Energy and Water (formerly known as the Israeli Ministry of National Infrastructure) a document which has been sent to the top 5 large gas companies in Israel, with a reevaluation of the marketing margin in connection with the sale of 95 octane gasoline, the price of which is currently regulated (the " Draft Reevaluation ").
13 for 2011 on extending a previous decree on reevaluation of real estate properties and conversion of companies.
Under the laws, amount of taxes, fees and fines are envisioned to rise in the ratio of reevaluation each year.
After the reevaluation was complete, the VA again made award to eTrans for those two locations.
Goodbye To The Vikings: Re-reading Early Medieval Archaeology" by Richard Hodges (Director of the Institute of World Archaeology, School of World Art Studies, University of East Anglia, and Scientific Director of the Butrint Foundation) presents an informed and informative reevaluation of what archaeology has to tell us about the daily life and communities of the Norsemen and their impact on the Europe from the British Isles to the Balkans.
The reevaluation results shows that the optimal dosage of sultpiride is up to 1010-1730 mg per day, higher than the currently prescribed amount.
Now a reevaluation of data from seven international longitudinal studies involving 1,333 children confirms this suspicion [EHP 113:894-899].
Leader Michael Howard promised t o scrap the current council tax reevaluation to save seven million households from higher bills.
OPPOSITION parties are right to point out that council taxpayers are facing a 'ticking timebomb, ' with the post-general election reevaluation of homes set to usher in much higher bills for many.