reappraiser

reappraiser

(ˌriːəˈpreɪzə)
n
a person who appraises someone or something again
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Yet he also remarked, "one day a reappraiser will come and declare that, far from having been a frivolous firebird, I was a rigid moralist kicking sin" (Strong Opinions 193).
Questioned on the immorality, or amorality, of his art, he answers: 'I believe that one day a reappraiser will come and declare that, far from having been a frivolous firebird, I was a rigid moralist kicking sin, cuffing stupidity, ridiculing the vulgar and cruel--and assigning sovereign power to tenderness, talent and pride' (p.
Participant serial recall data were divided using a median split into high and low cognitive reappraisers (referred to as A and B) and high and low expressive suppressors (referred to as C and D).
Then all applicants whose grades averaged between 65 and 70 percent, as I remember, had all of their books reread by a Board of Reappraisers to determine if, overall, they met the minimum requirements and should be determined to have passed or failed.