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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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And, those California insureds that previously elected to participate in the Multistate Exam Settlement Agreement reassessment process automatically will be reassessed under the rules and procedures set forth in the CSA.
The amount of time depends on the number of applications that have to be reassessed. This number is not yet known.
The banking regulator has asked banks to reassess their risk exposures and submit reports by the end of June.
Among the first pesticides to be reassessed are the widely used organophosphate compounds.
ENVIRONMENTAL health officers are today due to reassess a popular holiday park in Pembrokeshire which had to shut its food areas after being infested by rats.
The pool, will be "temporarily" closed from April 1 while health chiefs reassess its long-term future.
said it will spin off its wealth-management business in Australia through a separate listing on the Australian Stock Exchange, as the group continues to reassess its strategic position following a successful turnaround in the first half of the year.
Because the economic climate has been so poor, you should reassess the investment choices available under your government retirement plan, find out which investments are right for you now, and consider adjusting your investment mix.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak told his Cabinet a "timeout" was needed to reassess the situation.
Clients expect many more services as they constantly reassess their processes and products in order to deal with worldwide competition.
20 to reassess the maternal risks and neonatal benefits of ritodrine and other uterine-relaxing agents.
Officials would reassess the hosting capacity of the possible venues in the bailiwick of President Duterte.