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valuation

Medical practice The determination of the value of a thing–eg, a physician's private practice. See Practice valuation.
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The audit had been spurred in part by the revelation of those improper expenses but Maddox said the charges had been made inadvertently and that the audit's delays came because many of the assets contained within the funds have become hard to valuate given the way the current credit crunch has frozen trading on certain types of debt-backed securities and bonds.
The NFU said it would continue to oppose the implementation of compensation tables, which it considers to be far too rigid to accurately valuate the massive range of animals in the market place.
A free one-minute self-test to help community banks valuate the performance of their website hosting vendors been developed by the BankSITE Services Division of The Forms Group, Scottsdale, Ariz.
A key goal of the draft guidelines is to expand on the economic methods used to valuate the health benefits of proposed rules.
One important aspect of this book is that, throughout, it encourages the reader to think by posing many questions about how people use language and how they e valuate situations.
For more than two decades, the Forest Service has resisted changing a system in which timber purchasers--that is, the lumber mills--pay the salaries of the sam scaling crews who valuate the logs the purchasers are buying.