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1 We need to reassess our values as a nation.
2 I will reassess the situation when I get home.
3 This has caused us to reassess the way we approach our planning.
4 Midlife crises are forcing them to reassess and re-prioritize.
5 Reassess your progress and try to make sure your mental body image fits the reality.
6 So heads are going to have to reassess their role.
7 Terry Donahue should reassess his switch from coaching to broadcasting.
8 Secondly, the opportunity exists to reassess the rational or political approaches to resource management practice.
9 These wider changes add to the need to reassess the working relations of the central health care workers - doctors and nurses.
10 If you would like to reassess your life and learn how to use stress to your advantage, come along.
11 With all these pressures, the managers began to reassess their actions.
12 Please could you look into this and reassess the need for parking restrictions on this particular section of the highway.
13 It is time to reassess your relationship with yourcomputer.
14 Reassess your week on Wednesday.
15 The campaign to reassess Judas is being led by Monsignor Walter Brandmuller, who is head of the Pontifical Committee for Historical Science.
16 When challenged, it's quick to reassess, adjust, and try again.
17 Other big banks also may need to reassess their CDO holdingslight of Merrill's sale.
18 How then should China reassess its priorities within the global economic system?
19 I have also begun to reassess my own feelings about being a woman.
20 What is crucial at this time is reassess an earlier situation or decision.
21 It is time pull back and reassess all that you have learned lately.
22 “After the 100th episode, they will reassess and reexamine their relationship,” he reveals. “They're going to be going off on a different trajectory than we have been seeing this season.
23 However, we will reassess the bearish view if any upmove goes above 113.00.
24 The idea is to ensure an orderly market by giving market participants a cooling-off period with a chance to reassess their positions.
25 Instead,[www.Sentencedict.com] most of the companies have withdrawn from the market to reassess their rates.
26 Doubts have been cast on this interpretation, but insufficient evidence is available to reassess it in terms of the more typical two-phase sequence.
27 Having nursed a certain amount of resentment about his high-handedness, Anne began to reassess.
28 You owe it to yourself to extract yourself from your present situation and reassess your life.
29 In “Bigfoot Dreams” (1986) a woman loses her job and is forced to reassess her life.
30 Anything outside that time - frame means you must reassess your position and act decisively.
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