reevaluate


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Synonyms for reevaluate

to consider again, especially with the possibility of change

Synonyms for reevaluate

revise or renew one's assessment

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nationalism and record-low volatility, investors would be well served to reevaluate their portfolios in light of changed circumstances to determine if they will continue to meet their investment objectives," Dreyfus chief executive Mark Santero said in a statement.
Nariri did not elaborate on the likely result from the threat to reevaluate the relationship.
"Selling stock just to offset capital gains can be a mistake, depending on why you bought the stock and what your investment objectives are." Reevaluate the loss limit you originally set for each stock and determine its prospects for recovery before selling.
[] Reevaluate investment advisers with respect to the goals.
However, what has also been reinforced is that prudent businesses must reevaluate their practices from the worst-case perspective.
Technologies that address issues such as soil conservation (earth), wind power (air), energy (fire), and desalination (water) will help reevaluate and inform contemporary attitudes to age-old elements.
EPA: a) There are chronic and acute health hazards from diesel engine exhaust; b) we need to learn more, especially about enhanced allergic immune responses; and c) we will need to reevaluate the health consequences as the sources of diesel exhaust, i.e.
By placing this uncomfortable reality before us he asks that we face it honestly and then reevaluate our "fetish of privacy" in a way that can lead us to discover just why it is we wanted privacy so much in the first place.
When the business benefits become clearer, we will seriously reevaluate our investment position for DAM and DRM."
New fiscal realities have forced northeastern Ohio arts and cultural organizations to reevaluate their situations.
Schapiro's call to reevaluate previously beyond-the-pale techniques such as patternmaking and knitting is evoked by Schnitger's Alma and Almita (all works 2002).
It is because "the mirror of history resists some efforts to reach gender neutrality," writes Smith, that she has attempted to reevaluate the role of women in the historical profession and the place of feminist historiography in the writing of history.
Pull her aside and ask her to agree to a secret code word ("anyway") or signal (a scratch of the nose) that says, "Bud, you're stepping on my toes." If she keeps at it, it could be time to reevaluate the friendship.
Although the survey's response rate was not adequate for a detailed statistical analysis, the results indicate that new hires are not living up to firms' expectations, and suggest that universities need to reevaluate their curricula, to address technical skills, as well as critical thinking and interpersonal skills.