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EVALUATE

(programming)
The COBOL85 keyword for a switch statement.
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Quality-assurance reports often present data as a "one-point-in-time" reference instead of evaluating data over time and comparing them to benchmarks in the industry.
When evaluating coatings for an operation, provide a list of coating requirements to suppliers.
But the panel's report clearly states that the EPA will need to revisit current test methods for evaluating reproductive and developmental toxicity to determine if changes are needed for endocrine-disrupting agents.
Panendoscopy is an important diagnostic tool for evaluating patients for head and neck malignancies.
In evaluating a potential partner in cyber-commerce, remember that there has been such an infatuation with e-businesses that some investors and venture capitalists are pumping money into businesses based solely on a unique concept or interesting technology.
The VPs like it and the CEO feels under much less pressure than the old prose way of evaluating the full job description.
We applaud the IRS's initiative in seeking to improve the program, for though the CEP program is operating well, there is truth in the quality axiom, "if it's not broken, it may soon be." Improving techniques and procedures for evaluating agents and case managers should be an integral part of the IRS's CEP quality initiative.
The fact that only 15% of those surveyed had ever hired a person with a learning disability indicated a lack of any basis for evaluating the quality of work of learning disabled persons.
Information Literacy Tutorial To further assist students, the librarians of the Library's Instructional Services Department developed a self-paced tutorial that covers the basics of searching and evaluating information listed earlier in this article.
47, Audit Risk and Materiality in Conducting an Audit, says that auditors should consider "materiality both in (a) planning the audit and designing auditing procedures and (b) evaluating whether the financial statements taken as a whole are presented Fairly, in all material respects, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles." It also says: "The auditor plans the audit to obtain reasonable assurance of detecting misstatements that he or she believes could be large enough, individually or in the aggregate, to be quantitatively material to the financial statements.
Library faculty team-taught electronic library resources, the distinction between popular and scholarly sources, interpreting and citing electronic resources, evaluating information on the Web, and electronically requesting books and articles.
This article details ICC's practical approach to evaluating phenolic urethane coldbox resin systems.

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