evaluator : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  an authority who is able to estimate worth or quality

  • When Angus joined the service in 1925, after a varied career as a lumber salesman, army officer, exporter and timber evaluator for the Bureau of Internal Revenue, an Ivy League .
  • Moreover, some lie detector experts caution that the weakness of the stress evaluator may lie in its dependence on a single measure of bodily function (the polygraph, or .
  • The week before his rampage, he told an evaluator, a couple of boys threatened to beat him up in the band room.
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  • Robert Kraft in WBZ
    Scott is a great evaluator of talent,Kraft said. "He is thorough in his evaluations, extremely organized and has done a tremendous job mining all possible resources to help coach Belichick and his staff field the players needed to win...
  • Bill Belichick in Boston Herald
    I have all the respect in the world for Josh, both as a coach, personnel evaluator and in general for his football knowledge and his ability to manage the game,said Belichick, who allowed that the two still speak on a semi-regular basis....
  • Jerry Manuel in ESPN
    I have to be a quicker evaluator than I've been,Manuel said. "The quicker that I can get things right, hopefully the quicker things can get on the right track. Patience is probably not a thing that I will have much of."

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