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use "evaluate" in a sentence

Dr. Ian Alwayn says they have to evaluate on a case-by-case basis.

"The Facebook groups even evaluate different smuggling operations.

Some islanders watch warily as scientists re-evaluate their old home.

The IMF will then be able to evaluate whether to intervene," he said.

“'I think it’s time for us to re-evaluate all these programs,” Bush said.

“They will evaluate the safety and all the different aspects of it,” Coun.

I just remember time stopped and I had to re-evaluate everything,” he said.

Mayor Knowles emphasized how his city continues to evaluate the technology.

We have to submit it ASAP so they will still have time to evaluate."

Owners were asked to evaluate their recent vehicle purchase and experiences.

Re-evaluate what you need and aim to only pay for services you actively use.

The gathering of evidence continues, and the grand jury will evaluate it all.

The data and how you want to evaluate and report it should guide your choice.

The first stage will evaluate how the traffickers profit from migrants' misery.

However, it often serves as a good way to quickly evaluate the strength of a result.

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