His reasons for punting on a question so essential to evaluating almost every sentence that follows are never given.
Clarity of expression is something Mayer prizes so dearly that she uses it as a litmus test when evaluating new ideas.
Yes, A-Rod, after evaluating the situation, we think the answer here is…MORE YOU.
It also comes from a company that is really bad at evaluating anyone's creditworthiness (cf. 2008).
Such directors are most capable of evaluating the decisions and recommendations of the executives at a financial firm.
The process of gathering, evaluating, and organizing material may best be shown by a concrete example.
I should say, in evaluating Mr. Jones, that his greatest asset is his humor.
The approach is on a commercial basis and the method is not intended for use in evaluating small samples.
But each man was evaluating the information after his own fashion.
He prayed that the doctor was evaluating it as the intricate raving of delusion.