calculating : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  make a mathematical calculation or computation
  • v  judge to be probable
  • v  keep an account of
  • v  predict in advance
  • v  specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public
  • v  have faith or confidence in
  • s  used of persons
    the most calculating and selfish men in the community

  • And Waxman agreed to bar the EPA for five years from calculating how much greenhouse gas emissions are generated when forests are converted to crop fields for ethanol and biofuels.
  • In politics, cold, calculating reason has its limits.
  • Engineers had been calculating fatigue life the wrong way for 60 years.
News & Articles

  • Virginia guidance on teacher evaluations draws flak
    To help schools meet the new requirement to evaluate teachers based on student achievement, Virginia officials created a method for calculating how much students learned in a year. By extension, they believe that the same method can show how well teachers are doing their jobs.
    June 19, 2013 - The Staunton News Leader
  • Lebanon error a boon for schools
    A bookkeeping snafu means the city of Lebanon must pay the Lebanon and Kings school districts $500,000 in tax increment financing money. City Auditor Shareé Dick said after 20 years the schools in a TIF district must be made whole. The first of many TIFs turned 20 in 2009, and she said she calculated the amount incorrectly. “I should have been calculating the schools distribution of full millage ...
    June 19, 2013 - Today's Pulse

  • Barack Obama in
    Starting now, small business owners that provide health care to their workers can sit down at the end of the week, look at their expenses, and begin calculating how much money they're going to save,Obama said.
  • Andrei Lankov in AFP
    Andrei Lankov, of South Korea's Kookmin University, said the sinking showed that the Pyongyang regime "is becoming less calculating, less rational and less Machiavellian than it used to be".
  • Ed Gillespie in Guardian Unlimited
    Her strengths are she is very smart, she is very tough and she is very calculating. And I don't think that we should underestimate the appeal she would have to suburban women,said Ed Gillespie, former chairman of the Republican party who is...

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