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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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A learner-centered outcome-based library session of 75 minutes was designed to give students background on how to develop a research strategy, what types of sources are available, how to find, and then evaluate information.
Students also need to know how to find answers to their questions on their topics, to differentiate between popular/scholarly and primary/secondary sources, to evaluate web pages, and to prepare an annotated bibliography of their sources.
Also, since shootouts often include larger committees than those that evaluate products in a standard way, multiple opinions can be a hindrance.
Directors should be able to assess the company's strategy and evaluate management's performance.
This approach offers a new way for NASA to evaluate mission risk and reliability," said Ian Miller, President of GoldSim Technology Group.
In addition, with the use of Toshiba's angle corrected technology, cardiologists also have the ability to evaluate the synchronicity not only longitudinally, but can use the short axis view to obtain radial information.
However, Novoste will continue to evaluate its cost structure in light of its existing contractual obligations and the level of catheter sales.
Evaluates the health plan's efforts toward preventive care to ensure that its members are maintaining good health and avoiding illness.
Evaluates what programs the health plan has to help people recover from illness and whether or not the plan is reviewing new procedures, drugs and devices in an effort to ensure that patients have access to the most up-to-date care.
Providing comprehensive, side-by-side vendor comparisons and research, the report helps users evaluate the overall performance of IT vendors and their competitive market position as well as compare and contrast the strengths and limitations of each vendor's product offerings.
which evaluates mid-tier consultants and systems integrators offering Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) services.
To evaluate "Completeness of Vision," Gartner looked at criteria that include: strategic plan and vision, innovation and thought leadership, investment to achieve vision, business development, human capital investments, and BPR practice area profile.
At a Residential Mortgage session that took place yesterday at Standard & Poor's annual Structured Finance Seminar, a panel of RMBS industry experts presented a detailed discussion and overview of the analytical, legal, and credit implications of predatory lending laws for the secondary mortgage market, including a regulatory update on the status of a possible federal law and a synopsis of the method by which Standard & Poor's Ratings Services evaluates these statutes.
Therefore, in performing a credit analysis of structured transactions backed by residential mortgage loans, Standard & Poor's evaluates the impact a predatory lending statute might have on the availability of funds to pay investors in the rated securities.
The commissioners will evaluate and rank three firms that submitted qualifications for consideration of an estimated $550,000 contract to design and install access control and closed-circuit television systems for the cruise terminal at Barbours Cut.
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