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According to a preliminary assessment there were at least 15 people dead, with five soldiers wounded.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Early on Monday some objects — one described as “round and grey or green” and the other “orange and square,” — were seen. Now there are ships coming to the site, including a Chinese icebreaker, and they will try to make conclusive assessments.
(Voice of America)
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In contrast, the global index recorded a marginal increase from 113 to 116 points between April and July, primarily due to positive assessments of the economic outlook in the United States and Asia.
(Voice of America)
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The organization noted that the ECI in Latin America is below the global index, because of the poor economic outlook assessment made by analysts.
(Voice of America)
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The UN agency gave its assessment on Thursday, launching a campaign for $490 million to fight the epidemic, which it said has killed at least 1,550 people.
(Voice of America)
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The UN agency gave its assessment on Thursday, as it launched a campaign for $490 million to fight the epidemic.
(Voice of America)
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"Petrified bat guano," she said, confirming Gray's assessment.
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“We have achieved the desired effect,” the general said, “and we see confirmation of this not only in our assessment of battle damage, but also, more importantly, in the change in behaviour of the enemy and its tactics, reflecting the weakening of its capacity and restrictions on freedom of movement.
The news service “Voice of America”
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All evaluations and assessments were in parallel transmitted to MONUC, with a request for its concurrence.
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Synonimy

the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth: categorisation, rating, categorization, assay, critical appraisal, classification, valuation, appraisal, review, reappraisal, evaluation, sorting, reassessment, critical analysis, acid test, underevaluation, check, revaluation
the act of judging or assessing a person or situation or event: rating, evaluation, logistic assessment, justice, judgment, human activity, human action, disapproval, adjudication, judgement, value judgment, act, deed, estimation, estimate, value judgement
an amount determined as payable: charge
the market value set on assets: tax assessment, price, cost, monetary value


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