the act or an instance of assessing again
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How to use reassessment in a sentence
But, given the growing tension in the region, a fundamental reassessment of China's Xinjiang policy is more necessarily than ever.
But encouraging people to release their data means a deep reassessment about what counts as valuable, high-status work.Why Don't More Social Scientists Share Their Data? | Megan McArdle | April 18, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The US was virtually alone in responding to the 9/11 attacks with a far-reaching reassessment at the level of grand strategy.
A new biography of Calvin Coolidge argues for a bold reassessment of him as the savior of the American economy.
Rick Perry announced he is retreating to Texas for a time of “reassessment,” code for closing time in his campaign.
The people must therefore unfalteringly press for the reassessment of the 'land-tax' by gradual increase up to 20s.British Socialism | J. Ellis Barker
Design experiences submit the centrality of the writer to reassessment.The Civilization of Illiteracy | Mihai Nadin
These four factors coalesced during 1948 and led to a reassessment of policy and, finally, to a volte-face.Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965 | Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
The faith in immortality carries with it the assurance of a Divine reassessment of earth's inequalities.What Peace Means | Henry van Dyke
This requires restraint in expenditure, constant reassessment of priorities, and the maintenance of stable prices.