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to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

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Promethean is eager to do more shoot-outs because, naturally, it benefits the company, but also because the company feels that it truly is an effective way to evaluate equipment, especially presentation products.
-- A credit-based TenantAlert Predictor Score (TAPS) that automatically evaluates the credit information provided by the credit bureaus and translates it into a numerical score indicating the financial risk of renting to that particular applicant.
Evaluate all of your existing risk management, crisis management, and emergency plans in light of the information you've just gathered.
"(The show) gives industry personnel an opportunity to also evaluate products and services to see how their solutions might fit and adapt to create a more efficient production process," Ceccarelli says: "To put this in better perspective, when a salesman calls on a potential customer, the customer will not have the working model, or full-scale product at the call, therefore this show gives the buyer a better opportunity to evaluate the many new products and services available to them."
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the multicultural content of an existing health education professional preparation program.
Examples of "tax enforcement results" that may not be used to evaluate an employee include the amount assessed or collected.
For example, the committee may decide that the department values and should evaluate attendance and leadership.
And so Congress has adopted a "kill the messenger" approach--if the GAO points out that no one knows why we're conducting a certain program, Congress accuses it of overstepping its bounds and getting into "policy analysis." As a result, the GAO's ability to evaluate mission is hamstrung by the very institution--Congress--that needs to know the most.
This article reviews two labor market outcomes which can be used to evaluate the impact of vocational rehabilitation services.
In addition, the staff at the Research and Training Center on Independent Living have observed a number of ILCs who use consumer satisfaction in part or in whole to evaluate their centers.
As a matter of general approach and philosophy, the agencies seek to apply the same criteria to evaluate both the domestic and the international activities of banking organizations.
(NASDAQ:ASTM), Ann Arbor, Mich., has announced the interim results from its feasibility clinical trial conducted with the Teknon Hospital Maxillofacial Clinic in Barcelona, Spain, to evaluate the use of Aastrom's Tissue Repair Cells (TRCs) for maxillary (upper jaw) bone reconstruction in 5 patients, completed to support placement of dental implants.
In our particular case, moving to an instrument that more comprehensively evaluates preservice teachers' performances in the field clearly requires a commitment by the cooperating teachers to thoughtfully and critically evaluate the preservice teachers' performance on the numerous domains reflected in the rubric.
Tests were performed to evaluate a hypothesis that the strength increase was caused by the formation of polyelectrolyte complexes (PECs) in the bulk phase, with the PEC depositing on the fibers.
2, An Audit of Internal Control Over Financial Reporting Performed in Conjunction with an Audit of Financial Statements, the PCAOB says the external auditor should evaluate whether management's documentation includes all five components of internal control over financial reporting when determining whether it provides reasonable support for management's overall assessment.