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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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The total residential and commercial assessed valuation in the district is about $5 billion.
While the Court agreed with the Ninth Circuit that the partners could be considered taxpayers within IRC section 7701(a)(14), it focused on the language of section 6203, which states the "liability of the taxpayer" must be properly assessed.
Individual property owners will pay more or less depending on what changes taxing districts have made, if any, and changes in assessed and real market values," he said.
The local Canadian Tire's six-acre lot, which cost $588,000 in 1994, was found to be assessed at $373,000, and Giant Tiger store's two-acre lot, which cost $427,500 in 2000, was assessed at $331,000.
Russianoff noted that the assessed value of a home is the figure on which the home's property tax is based.
Instead of assessing one possible outcome, three different outcomes--low cost, medium cost and high cost--could be assessed.
At its Chattanooga foundry, all new employees are assessed via the ABLE (Adult Basic Learning Exam - published by The Psychological Corp.
Hopefully, this article may stimulate discussion among the professional community as well as consumers of rehabilitation services to at least expect that any need for family therapy should be assessed.
1% of the district's total assessed benefit, indicating a high level of concentration for such a district.
In some cases, the learning goals (which, as noted above, should be the first priority in assessment) can be meaningfully assessed by a standardized test.
Under Proposition 13, home buyers pay taxes based on the assessed value of the home at the time of purchase.
Some may argue that planning for assessment should be one of the activities of the pre-planning stages of any library, service project or program, while others may argue that a sound assessment plan can emerge only after the project or program to be assessed has been in existence for some time.