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evaluate (someone or something) as (something)

To categorize or conceive of someone or something in a certain way in order to judge or grade them appropriately. Well, of course you were critiqued more harshly—she evaluated you as the professional dancer you are! We should evaluate this raw data as just that—not contextualized statistics.
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evaluate someone as something

to judge someone's performance as something. I will have to evaluate you as a new student. We must evaluate ourselves as teachers and leaders.
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NSTISSP #11 took effect in July 2002, and since then, all new IT product purchases for use in national security systems must be evaluated and validated under the Common Criteria.
Three different peroxides and their inhibited counterparts were evaluated and it was determined that these retarded peroxides do offer improved scorch safety for better processing.
Penetration is evaluated by simply breaking or cutting a coated dried core and observing how far the coating penetrates the core.
Once the different antigens have been evaluated for reactivity in this manner, a treatment vial can be mixed that will include each clinically pertinent antigen at its individual endpoint concentration.
Within this context, quality factors, time costs, and outcomes can be evaluated in light of variability, specific and general effectiveness, and savings.
It should be emphasized that District Offices will be evaluated on a range of performance criteria.
This is the first long-term clinical trial that evaluated a treatment for insomnia both objectively and subjectively in any patient population.
The categories evaluated were: (1) sentence begins with a capital letter, (2) paragraph indentation, (3) correct punctuation, (4) correct spelling, (5) each paragraph starts a new idea, (6) each paragraph has a clear main idea, (7) each paragraph effectively develops the main idea, (8) correct and consistent subject/verb agreement, (9) descriptive language used throughout, (10) demonstrates a strong command of the English language, (11) proper verb tense, (12) responds fully and effectively to the given prompt, (13) interesting essay, and (14) neat and easy to read.
We also evaluated the intraoperative, short-, and long-term postoperative complications associated with flexible esophagoscopy.
Cost effectiveness was to have been evaluated by financial data based on per member per month costs of the physician's practice and financial performance of the physician's local office and specialty department.
Audits would be more effective, and likely yield more revenue, if agents were evaluated on the basis of the materiality of the adjustments sustained (or agreed to).
How successful internal audit departments are evaluated
Researchers from the University of Colorado Institute of Cognitive Science evaluated Summary Street over the course of a five-year study funded by the Interagency Education Research Initiative, a collaborative effort sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the U.
Thus, the extent to which each student both understands the course content and has been able to apply this information in real-world service situations must be evaluated.