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Evaluator

In investing, an outside party who estimates the value of an illiquid asset, such as an antique or an inactive bond. Evaluators sometimes perform their services after a death to appraise rare or one-of-a-kind items. See also: Appraisal.

evaluator

An expert who appraises and assigns a worth to assets for which it is difficult to determine market value.
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For each case two coloured digital photographs of their teeth before and after treatment were taken arranged in two catalogues (in one catalogue arranged in sequence and randomly in the other) and subjected to 320 Jordanian evaluators (220 female and 110 males; with a mean age of 24.
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Nor can the determination of cost be used to eliminate certain evaluators.
The technical evaluator should comment on the reasonableness of the proposed material, including such factors as the kind and quantities and necessity of purchasing such material for the project, while the DCAA auditor evaluates the rates of the contractor's proposal and quotes for the material.
The technical evaluator should comment on the reasonableness of the proposed material, including such factors as the kind, quantities, and necessity of purchasing such material for the project, while the DCAA auditor evaluates the rates and quotes for the material.
The evaluation plan called for the evaluators to collect data by actively participating in and, if possible, successfully completing the laboratory exercises.
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Each subject selects two additional evaluators, one who works inside his or her department and one from another section.
The evaluators for this program included a counselor educator with more than 20 years of experience as a school counselor and central office administrator, who served as primary evaluator, and two doctoral students, one in counselor education with school counseling experience and one in human development with extensive program management and evaluation experience.
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