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reassess

ree uh ses

  • v  revise or renew one's assessment

  • Obama has to reassess whether he has got the right balance in policies on trade.
  • Both need to reassess their gains and losses.
  • Now, 10 years later, Presidents and Prime Ministers are convening at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg next week to reassess the planet's condition and .
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  • Council not keen on reassessment
    Luzerne County Council members didn't vote to proceed with another reassessment Tuesday and spent much of their meeting seeking county Assessment Director Tony Alu's opinion on the topic.
    June 12, 2013 - Times Leader
  • Swain revaluation bumps values up 16.5 percent
    Four years after Swain County leaders trashed a skewed property reassessment, the county has completed a new revaluation. A recently finished appraisal of Swain County real estate concluded that property values have increased by 16.5 percent on average since the previous valuation eight years ago.
    June 12, 2013 - Smoky Mountain News
  • Shane Battier is considering retiring with the Heat
    Miami Heat forward Shane Battier thinks he has one more year of basketball left in him. "I think I have one more year," Battier told USA Today. "My contract is up next year, and I'll reassess where I am, but we'll see. It's a good possibility, a good possibility. We'll cross that bridge when we get to it, and everything in this league is negotiable, but at that point I'll be 36 and it may be ...
    June 9, 2013 - Local 10 Miami

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