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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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500 Third Street, the former Joe Anderson property where the slide was, is currently assessed at $291,000.
In Clean Air Act enforcement, states assessed $66.3 million in penalties in 2008, and EPA assessed $42 million.
Many resources for on-line instruction sites are available free of charge on the Internet, but these sites need to be assessed by instructors to make sure that a site being recommended is useful (Mourant, 1999).
Facts: A corporation had an assessed unpaid balance for employment tax for the third quarter of 1991.
The purpose of this study, therefore, was to determine whether or not the measures used in each of these studies indeed assessed a single higher-order construct.
Any patient with signs of AIDS-related wasting should definitely be assessed for loss of BMD.
Also, the risk of material misstatement is to be assessed at the financial statement, account balance or class of transaction level, as well as at the disclosure level, including the notes to the financial statements, acknowledging that users of the financial statements do consider such notes in their decisions.
Every transfer of real property and co-ops in New York City requires the execution and timely filing of E-Tax transfer forms and payment of the associated transfer taxes or substantial interest and penalties are assessed.
Cook County Assessor James Houlihan says his 2003 measure, which capped annual increases of taxable assessed value at 7 percent for many homeowners in the county, provided much-needed relief to residents on the South and Near West sides where waves of high-priced condominiums and townhouses have driven up the property values for longtime residents.
A client may be interviewed and assessed by more than one contractor and if unsuccessful with the program may be interviewed and assessed by other program providers.