Reappraisal


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Reappraisal

An estimation of the value of a property, conducted by a person licensed to do so after an appraisal was previously conducted. Reappraisals are conducted periodically, for example, for property tax purposes.
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The increased scope of the reappraisal demonstrates our on-going commitment to the customer through efficient and effective program management and software development practices," said Mike Harp, Chief Technology Officer.
It is consistent with prior findings that suggest empirical associations between benevolent spiritual reappraisal and mental health consequences.
Researchers have found that psychological problems, such as, self-blame, rumination, positive reappraisal, and catastrophizing, are seen commonly in adolescents.
Troy asserted that for someone experiencing trouble at work because of poor performance, for example, reappraisal might not be so adaptive.
The control group was exposed to the same images, and asked to recast them in a more positive light as in reappraisal.
Thus, we included cognitive reappraisal, and cognitive reappraisal suppression as mediating factors in our model (see Figure 1).
Due to the highly negative thought patterns associated with the punishing God/Higher Power reappraisal strategy, it was expected that this style in particular would be most strongly linked with bulimic symptoms.
Komitee's appraiser estimated that the fair market value of the property was $250,000 based on comparable properties in the area sold after April 1, 2010, the date of the town-wide reappraisal.
With foreclosures figuring so prominently in the past recession, this reappraisal mechanism has contributed to the budget challenges now facing California cities, as losses are realized immediately with every foreclosure.
Given this new information, and especially given the statement by US Ambassador in Afghanistan Ryan Crocker and now our Secretary of Defence Leon Panetta, the Senate should engage in an agonizing reappraisal of military assistance to Pakistan.
Washington, September 18, 2011 (Balochistan Times): A top US Senator has called for reappraisal of military assistance to Pakistan after Defence Secretary Leon Panetta and US Ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Croker remarks that Pakistan-based Haqqani network was responsible for the recent attack on the US Embassy in Kabul.
a notebook PC maker, that an IFRS-compliant reappraisal of real estate assets has hiked its book value five times, from NT$13.