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reevaluation

ree i val yooh ay shuhn

  • n  the evaluation of something a second time (or more)

  • To be sure, "Zhang" has a purpose: he hopes the book's publication will help spark a reevaluation of what transpired in 1989 and accelerate political liberalization in China.
  • Sir Winston, in fact, was some years ahead of other historians in his reevaluation.
  • A reevaluation of a study threatens to tarnish the reputations of two prestigious institutions.
News & Articles

  • Obama likes Stanford grad's hoops revolution theory
    Barack Obama was in the Bay Area to raise money, but took time to hear about Muthu Alagappan's scientific reevaluation of basketball strategy.
    June 8, 2013 - San Jose Mercury News
  • Obama likes Stanford grad's hoops theory
    Barack Obama, a basketball fan who once had a Dr. J poster on his bedroom wall, found time to talk a little hoops while in the Silicon Valley this week.The President wanted to know more about the work of Stanford medical student Muthu Alagappan, whose scientific reevaluation of basketball strategy
    June 8, 2013 - The Daily Democrat
Quotes

  • Jim Hood in National Underwriter (subscription)
    The State Farm reevaluation procedure through the Department of Insurance has only resulted in a little more than 300 new offers. That does not comply with the terms we have with them in black and white,said Mr. Hood.
  • Daniel Mudd in MarketWatch
    CEO Daniel Mudd said the new office is part of an "overall reevaluation and restructuring the company is undertaking," a reference to broad changes at the company following a major accounting scandal that saw Fannie Mae socked with a $400...
  • Condoleezza Rice in The Age
    I would not read into this somehow that there is a full-scale push for a major reevaluation (of Iraq strategy). The Baghdad security plan was always to be reevaluated at the time of the end of the plan, which was the end of Ramadan,Rice said.

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