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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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Higher values were obtained with the K-314 controls except the formulations where K-1446A was evaluated as the sole polymer.
Such things as listening records, cassettes containing their speeches, short notes they took after reading stories or articles, as well as essays about what they did and learned in group projects, were included and evaluated. The mean "listening" score improved from 8.12 (SD=0.61), to 8.80 (SD=0.94), and to 10.70 (SD=1.35), F(2,22) = 37.755, p < .01.
We believe that agents should be evaluated on the written quality of IDRs, notices of proposed adjustments, etc., to determine whether these documents are poorly drafted or are too broad in scope.
All benefits and costs must be evaluated at their worth in today's (or some base period) dollars.
Another reason that coagents are used in HNBR formulations is increased cure speeds and this can be evaluated by measuring the change in torque over time using an ODR.
These should be evaluated for applicability to nursing homes and for consistency with OBRA requirements.
For this review, the panel evaluated evidence of biologic changes due to exposure to endocrine disruptors at doses below the NOEL.
* The materiality of items can be determined reliably only if they are evaluated both individually and collectively.
The contact sessions have been assessed and evaluated by the Bureau tot University Teaching as well as being evaluated by participating students.
For example, a nurse in a general hospital may need to be evaluated on her clinical skills, surgery room techniques or triage preparedness, while the same RN in a nursing home may be evaluated not only on clinical skills, but also communication skills, attitude and leadership.
The less promising will then be carefully evaluated. However you build your system, it will only be useful to your salespeople if they can be sure hot leads are real and not just idle curiosity.
After the data is gathered, it must be evaluated. Treasury then critiques the evaluation.
Primary care physicians (family practice, pediatrics, and internal medicine) are evaluated on the basis of parameters different from those for specialists.
These instructional activities can be more usefully planned and evaluated with proper program building.
Adapted from the OECD test guideline 204 (36), the juvenile fish assay has significant potential for practical use, a potential that is currently being critically evaluated as part of the OECD prevalidation exercise.