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appraisal

An evaluation or estimate (preferably by a qualified professional appraiser) of the market or other value, cost, utility, or other attribute of land or other facility.
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12) Those entrepreneurs that were successful in their appraisement of the future valuations of their customers earn a profit while those that failed in this endeavor are penalized with losses Thus, those entrepreneurs who are better able to accumulate accurate thymological knowledge and apply that knowledge successfully in determining what valuations their customers will have in the future accumulate resources while those that fail to do so successfully lose resources.
At the same time, Cloud agrees with government officials that only 80 acres would be available if indeed the number of acres was set and the Apaches and Kiowa-Comanches accepted the land appraisement.
The appraisements were furthermore used for training and classification purposes by labeling the extracted feature information in respect to the evaluated exercises.
76) Article 12 of the MIHCL states that couples seeking marriage registration are required to hold either a certificate of medical examination or a certificate of medical appraisement.
The Customs regulations also state, however, that the appraisement of imported products under transaction value, inclusive of subsequent price adjustments, is still appropriate even if the final price is not quantified at the time of entry, as long as a fixed formula or methodology exists prior to importation for subsequently determining the price.
5) Community property may be valued at less than one-half the fair market value of the whole if the executor can show by qualified appraisement or other evidence that the value of the decedent's interest should be discounted.
1-2; ICIANZ, Job Appraisement, Nobels Fabric, 28 March 1961.
The oral appraisement for mobile data services among users affects the customers' attitude and their intention to subscribe mobile data services.
A Final Word: Calculation, Knowledge and Appraisement.
In an article called "New Humanities for Old," Felix Schelling exhorts readers of the Phi Beta Kappa journal to return the humanities to their rightful place: one of "splendid isolation from the possibility of measurement and appraisement by utilitarian standards" (184).