Examples from the Web for assessment
The assessment of the strikes comes in real-time video from the aircraft.Pentagon Doesn’t Know How Many People It’s Killed in the ISIS War|Nancy A. Youssef|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
I hardly spoke to every patron, but there may have been some validity to his assessment.
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I asked Christian publisher Crossway Books for their assessment of the manipulation of the best-seller lists.How the Religious Right Scams Its Way Onto the New York Times Bestseller List|Warren Throckmorton|November 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In support of his assessment, he offers a number of tantalizing theories, only partially undergirded by fully explored evidence.
In the levy per communam the assessment was made through the wardmoots (in London) and the burden fell on the poorer class.
In 1848 it was proposed that the assessment should be raised to one shilling in the pound.
Three-fourths of the expenses are paid out of the parish rates, but limited to an assessment of 8d.
There is a well defined belt, or rather crescent, of Hundreds, in all of which the assessment is reduced.
Assessment was not objective, but subjective; it was not fixed relatively to area or to value, but to the five-hide unit.
British Dictionary definitions for assessment
Word Origin and History for assessment
1540s, "value of property for tax purposes," from assess + -ment. Meaning "determination or adjustment of tax rate" is from 1540s; general sense of "estimation" is recorded from 1620s. In education jargon from 1956.