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When individuals who were angry reappraised a situation as either negative and controllable, or as positive and uncontrollable, they engaged in high-risk behavior.
In this case ATR has reappraised the value of its channel and has amended its own pricing accordingly.
Mr Keates has therefore updated his text, corrected it where necessary, and reappraised the text in light of new information and research.
Persimmon said: "We have reappraised our business in the light of the significant change in trading conditions and have taken action to address the new challenges presented.
In the statement the group said: "We have reappraised our business in the light of the significant change in trading conditions and have taken action to address the new challenges presented.
South Staffordshire Council is currently having all of its Conservation Areas reappraised to assess how relevant their designation still is.
He was supposed to have his piloting skills reappraised every two years and have frequent physicals.
Now the project is to be reappraised in a bid to save money.
YOU need only glance at the Heathrow airport chaos to remember the one iron rule of British life: any British institution spoken of as the best in the world will in time be reappraised as the world's worst.
Plus, an objective commentator should have reappraised the film, in light of "Chicago" and "Moulin Rouge" reinvigorating the genre.
By focusing on the highly conscious nature of these black texts, McBride asserts, scholars can uncover and appreciate previously unconsidered complexities in black literary production; moreover, by putting a high premium on the links between transatlantic Romanticism and abolitionism, the literary canon itself can be reconfigured and reappraised more richly and usefully.
Under his rule, life has to be reappraised and own two feet stood on, but great strength and success can be built.