evaluator

[ UK /ɪvˈæljuːˌe‍ɪtɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an authority who is able to estimate worth or quality
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How To Use evaluator In A Sentence

  • The program coordinator, with the assistance of a program evaluator from the ministry of education, conducted a program evaluation using a self-study which involved analysis of student evaluations and comparison with national standards as well as findings from a series of focus groups which involved representatives from the groups served by the program (Easton & Oberg, 1993; Oberg & Easton, 1995). February 2009
  • An expression evaluator that supports type viewers checks for this attribute when a type is displayed.
  • Tallies of living languages differ widely depending on how evaluators delineate one language from another. The English Is Coming!
  • When a message is sent to an evaluator, it increments a counter corresponding to that object and when the results are returned, the counter of the sender is decremented (which is encoded in the message).
  • It requires Novartis to clarify and systematize the criteria for evaluating employees, to train managers to evaluate employees fairly, and to "calibrate" evaluations to check that evaluators are applying performance criteria in a uniform manner -- in other words, making people accountable for implementing the changes. Settling Gender Discrimination Class Actions (Part II)
  • The program coordinator, with the assistance of a program evaluator from the ministry of education, conducted a program evaluation using a self-study which involved analysis of student evaluations and comparison with national standards as well as findings from a series of focus groups which involved representatives from the groups served by the program (Easton & Oberg, 1993; Oberg & Easton, 1995). Evaluation: Transformation as well as Accountability - Oberg
  • The call evaluator, former constable Dale Moore, did not call back or send police to the house. CBC | Top Stories News
  • Don't evaluate expressions that throw exceptions Earlier I mentioned that the most expensive action an expression evaluator performs is evaluating a function. Site Home
  • Dr. Paulin Basinga, one of the lead evaluators from the National University of Rwanda's School of Public Health, recently presented study results in neighboring Burundi.
  • By 1965 some of the classified results of the SAWS test were circulating through the army’s upper reaches, and the evaluators had concluded that with ammunition packed with ball propellant, the rifle had become six times more likely to misfeed, and was prone as well to more fouling.33 Perhaps it was time to tap the brakes. The Gun
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