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assess

to examine for the purpose of evaluation and/or quality improvement. See assessment.

assess

Medspeak
verb To evaluate a person or process.
 
Molecular biology
verb To interrogate a gene or molecular pathway.
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Corvetti took issue with the manner in which the town's assessors applied, and did not apply, various factors relative to mass appraisal methodology and detailed what she regarded as a longstanding pattern of overvaluing her properties.
Spokesman said that the notification of the assessors is one of the milestones towards sustainable implementation of the CBT approach in Pakistan.
The medical education regulator is facing a severe paucity of assessors who are supposed to be very senior medical professionals.
Platt, clerk of the Board of Assessors, who participated in the finalists' interviews, would meet to come to a decision.
Previous assessors have come from organisations such as Liverpool John Moores University, First TransPennine Express, Axa Insurance, Siemens, North Yorkshire Probation and Bradford Council, as well as consultants, academics and retired business people.
The club will provide a platform for Dewa's excellence assessors to define areas of strength and explore potential opportunities for improvement.
Emiratis joining as assessors in the Dubai Quality Award also stand to benefit in terms of learning and career development as well as sharing best practices in diverse sectors and services.
Having been a domestic and commercial energy assessor for the past five years, I have now just completed the Green Deal training and gained the City and Guilds qualification.
The assessors phoned a number of nurses for their response to the PDRP process.
If assessors are not appraising property at their true market value and instead are appealing to a political constituency, there are a variety of implications.
The decline in membership is not the sole reason for the slackening demand for assessors.