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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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However, to use the risk model properly, the assessed control risk of firm A should be higher than the control risk of firm B.
Take, for example, the strategy Kandel used to achieve a multi-year, multi-million dollar reduction in assessed value for the owner of a major Midtown office building.
The vast majority of project area assessed valuation is for office, industrial, and research and development uses.
Another problem that might occur when ELLs are assessed using the same tests as native English-speaking students is that teachers might misinterpret their proficiency in reading and in the content areas (Valdes & Figueroa, 1996).
5 million purchase of an adjacent parking lot is a good deal, but critics argue the property should have been assessed before the sale agreement.
According to the court, section 3121(q) suggests the employer can be assessed its share of FICA taxes even when individual employees' shares are not determined.
After the employer filed for a refund, the district court granted summary judgment favor of the taxpayer, determining that the Service lacked authority to assess employer FICA taxes on unreported tips in the aggregate without first determining the individual employee's underreporting and first crediting the employees for the employer's share of the assessed taxes.
Since in recent years there have been few sales of record and these have not warranted substantial increases in assessed values, the Assessor now determines assessed value primarily through capitalization of the prior year's net operating income before debt service, depreciation, and real property taxes.
The 'A' rating reflects the district's sound financial and capital improvement program management, low to moderate debt levels, good financial results, manageable population growth, strong assessed valuation (AV) growth, and good labor relations.
SANTA CLARITA - Santa Clarita's total assessed value topped $14.
Often, program assessment committees specified in which courses the developed goals and student outcomes were to be assessed.
Traditionally, taxpayers were required to pay the assessed taxes, penalty and interest before they sued the IRS in the district claims court.