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reassess

verb reappraise, reappreciate, reapprise, recalculate, recharge, reestimate, reevaluate, regauge, rejudge, relevy, remeasure, rerank, retax, revalue
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In effect, New York's highest court has reintroduced concepts of common sense to the application of Labor Law 240 and continues its very recent trend of reassessing the "strict liability" aspects of the Scaffold Law.
Reassessing The Reagan Presidency is a compilation of scholarly history and political science essays by various authors concerned with objectively appraising the deeds and repercussions of the Regan Administration.
Big Four firms are clearly reassessing their client rosters.
Next year will be a time for reassessing the nexus between liberty and security.
The likely source of laboratory worker 1's infection was found after reassessing Gram stains performed in laboratory 1 in August, September, and October 2001.
Reassessing the value of insurance is useful for buyers and sellers of insurance, because it requires both parties to take a step back and consider the role of insurance as a means of financing risk.
"Go for performance over the long haul," consistently assessing and reassessing for balance, as changes in the economy--and the world--occur.
As terrorists demonstrate alarming capabilities in their attacks on the United States, companies that do businesses in Latin America are reassessing their risk management and data security policies.
The Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) convened a meeting Tuesday in London to discuss reassessing minke whale stocks in the Antarctic Sea and other issues ahead of the IWC's five-day annual meeting to be held in the British capital later this month.
European regulators are reassessing all agricultural chemicals sold in Europe.
To implement the law, the EPA has started the huge task of reassessing thousands of pesticide uses to set new tolerances.