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assess

Medspeak
verb To evaluate a person or process.
 
Molecular biology
verb To interrogate a gene or molecular pathway.
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Working-level staff members perform day-to-day operations based on current ICs, identify risks and IC deficiencies or weaknesses to managers, and provide input for their assessable unit managers to complete MICP products.
Assessable Payments under Employer Shared Responsibility
(For AICPA comments submitted to the IR5 on the proposed regulations regarding the employer shared-responsibility provisions, see tinyurl.com/bo22gea.) One of the new areas addressed is how an applicable large employer calculates the assessable payment for not offering minimum essential coverage or the assessable payment for offering insurance deemed to be unaffordable or that does not provide minimum value.
Form W-2 safe harbor: An employer will not be subject to an assessable payment with respect to a full-time employee if that employee's required contribution for the calendar year for the employer's lowest-cost, self-only coverage that provides minimum value does not exceed 9.5% of that employee's wages as reported in Box 1 of Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, wages.
The controversy emerges with those disagreements about means that are, as Groll puts it, nonmedically assessable. Consider a patient with strep throat who wants to get better but believes God will cure him.
The forward-looking rule would allow brokers to store digital documents if the records are easily assessable on demand.
Marshall, director of the MA programs in English and education and creative arts in the classroom at King's College London, examines why English is such a difficult subject to assess, and argues that English is an arts subject rather than one which is quantifiable and assessable objectively.
Explaining the 73-year-old's decision to join the microblogging site, it said: "His Holiness thought it was prudent to make his office open and assessable to a more youth and technologically advancing audience."
These are end units with second floor assessable by stairway and elevator.
I know means-tested people locally who have been ruled out for benefits completely, and fallen into the poverty trap as a result, because their assessable income was a mere 15 pence over the limit.
Member states are asked to draft national strategies, action plans or "any other measure" that provides for "effective and assessable implementation arrangements" in order to improve the life of patients and their carers.