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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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In a letter to a member of the European Parliament, Mario Draghi, president of the ECB, said that the bank was planning to reassess the stimulus programme that it implemented in the second half of 2014.
Reports suggested that Syria wanted to reassess the agreement because of a clause on Syria's respect for human rights.
Walters says the corps is doing that, working with states to reassess between four and six sites per state annually.
Given this, combined with the economic and competitive environment USPS now faces, ongoing efforts to transform USPS to address its financial and operational challenges, and both the Congress' and the public's call for more information and transparency regarding financial reporting matters, GAO found that it is an appropriate time for USPS to reassess how to best account for and disclose this significant financial obligation.
And so I challenge units to continually reassess bottom-line requirements.
Reassess your plans for fraud, malpractice and cybercrime.
Finally, it is important to reassess and adjust the dose to optimize pain relief while appropriately managing side effects.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak told his Cabinet a "timeout" was needed to reassess the situation.
And when you start to reassess yourself, you begin to reassess those who tell you "Thou shalt not.
With this decision, Revenue Canada is likely to carry out an aggressive campaign to identify and reassess others who adopted the same treatment.
The procedure used is in accordance with the structure of the act (Section 1010), which grants the MRQ (not the taxpayer) the prerogative of exercising its discretion to reassess or not reassess a taxpayer.
If the health care community is to succeed in its attempts to restructure and find cost-effective means for delivering services in this new era of cost containment and health care reform, the government must reassess its methods and provide positive direction, rather than continually throwing obstacles in the roadway.