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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of reassessing in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of reassessing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of reassessing in a Sentence

  1. Markus Huber:

    With volatility having receded somewhat during the past few days it appears that investors have been reassessing the potential negative fallout from the slowdown in China.

  2. Peter Salama:

    Our current estimate is we need to vaccinate around 8,000 people, so we are sending 8,000 doses in two lots, over the next few days we will be reassessing the projected numbers of cases that we might have and then if we need to bring in more vaccine we will do so in a very short notice.

  3. Jorge Piedrahita:

    This is not an encouraging message; it shows they are under stress, (People) have been reassessing their exposure to BTG.

  4. Kate Brown:

    Like many states, Oregon is facing a foster care crisis. DHS has many efforts under way to address long-standing issues and to stabilize the system, including recruiting caseworkers and foster families, reassessing placements for the highest-needs kids, and changing its organizational culture.

  5. Nikolay Georgiev:

    What we recommend here is that the regulators are basically breathing down the neck of the banks all the time, constantly assessing and reassessing whether the bank capital is enough and if not, acting quickly to ask for more capital.

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    actively or fully engaged or occupied
    • A. busy
    • B. alternate
    • C. disjointed
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