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reassess

verb reappraise, reappreciate, reapprise, recalculate, recharge, reestimate, reevaluate, regauge, rejudge, relevy, remeasure, rerank, retax, revalue
Associated concepts: reassessed tax
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According to Ennahar, since Djezzy's management claimed a need to review the taxes assessed on October 3, the tax department has received no confirmation from Djezzy or OT's management, indicating the reassessed taxes will be paid, noted the article.
But those people who are reassessed and found fit for work will move onto Jobseekers Allowance and will be expected to look for work.
The World Health Organization's (WHO's) latest update on the recent Ebola haemorrhagic fever (EHF) outbreak in Sudan reports that Yambio County health authorities have reassessed the number of cases, revised now to a total of 17 with seven deaths.
Travelers who have visited tropical areas may exhibit aggressive forms of obligatory myiases, in which the larvae (maggots) invasively feed on living tissue, The risk of a traveler's acquiring a screwworm infestation has been considered negligible, but with the increasing popularity of adventure sports and wildlife travel, this risk may need to be reassessed.
GAO recently reviewed and reassessed that report and concluded that it did not adequately consider the potential accounting ramifications of USPS's unique statutory obligations, which are not applicable to other multiemployer plans--both pension and other postretirement benefit plans.
Among the first pesticides to be reassessed are the widely used organophosphate compounds.
It is required that plants maintain this position to retain this award, and, as such, they are reassessed every 2 years.
5 million in annual property taxes as rental properties are reassessed at market values.
In the new study, Kim's group reassessed lead stores in the body, this time using an X-ray fluorescence technique (SN: 2/18/89, p.
This means that provider-owned entities that were sold to publicly traded companies in an effort to comply with the initial safe harbor issuance or to meet the Medicare physician self-referral ban may now need to be reassessed.
ARGO Tracker's design team anticipates that their ability to obtain immediate certification may cause the performance standards of other asset tracking products to be reassessed.