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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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The development of benchmarks is an opportunity to leverage cash-flow testing systems, strengthen the financial-management infrastructure and, most importantly, establish a process for evaluating asset managers.
TEI suggests the following measures may also properly be used in evaluating CEP personnel:
Specifically, they review three aspects of the bank's systems: (1) the measurement and monitoring of country risk; (2) the procedures for establishing and changing limits on lending to any one country; and (3) the procedures for evaluating overall country risk.
Historically, local and regional CPA firms have not evaluated internal control risks inherent in their clients' information systems, but the leading CPA firms of the 21st century will be evaluating their clients' information systems, along with their financial statements.
Viscosity, a measurement of material flow properties, is the best test for evaluating coatings because of its high correlation with the dried deposit on the core.
Evaluating validity can be applied on multiple levels (individually and in totality) to analyze effectiveness in and through the process continuum.
TEI agrees that the materiality of issues raised should be a critical factor in evaluating an agent's performance.
The SAS gives examples of pertinent evidence an auditor, when evaluating investment activities, should consider, such as written and approved records of investment strategies, records of investment activities, instructions to portfolio managers and minutes of meetings of the board of directors or the investment committee.
This year, we're evaluating separate committees and individuals.
Also, when participants are entering or evaluating ideas using groupware, individuals who write well have an advantage.
NASDAQ:SOMX) today announced positive results from the company's Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating SILENOR[TM] (doxepin HCl) in elderly patients with chronic primary insomnia.
These in vitro data support our plans to initiate additional clinical trials evaluating satraplatin in combination with a variety of other anticancer treatments, including a Phase 1 study with TAXOTERE (docetaxel), which is planned to start in the next few months.
The ACRL document notes that information literacy augments students' competencies in evaluating, managing, and using information, and hence is now considered by several regional and discipline-based accreditation associations as a key outcome for college students.
This article details ICC's practical approach to evaluating phenolic urethane coldbox resin systems.
We conclude that flexible esophagoscopy is a safe and accurate means of evaluating the esophagus during a panendoscopic evaluation of the upper aerodigestive tract, and that it should be included in the diagnostic armamentarium of every otolaryngology--head and neck surgery resident and fellow.
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