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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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The Philippine government could decide to auction the collection after Christie's and rival Sotheby's appraise three sets of jewelry confiscated almost three decades ago after the fall of Imelda's husband, former President Ferdinand E.
But both these governmental bodies have been widely criticised for either being too slow to appraise new drugs - there can be an 18-month time-lag between when a drug is licensed and when it is appraised - or for putting cost ahead of potential clinical benefit.
He is qualified as to appraise real property in Metropolitan New York and Long Island and has appraise for equity and mortgage investment, estate, tax certiorari, matrimonial, transfer and condemnation purposes.
The kingdoms and republics have never wanted to appraise the coins as far as the value we are referring to now, that is, to exchange them for coins in other places, as this value is not constant, even if the other [type of value] is appraised by law.
The ability to appraise patents can be important for GAAP financial reporting purposes under FASB nos.
Several evaluators need to appraise the portfolio in term of clearly stated guidelines such as in a quality rubric.
Blinkered by ideological projections, and lacking a rigorous formalist definition of rock as music, they're unable to distinguish between rock and pop (a pejorative in Carducci's universe); they appraise music as though its essence resided in songs, storytelling, and emotional and social resonance.