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use "appraise" in a sentence

Hee-dong bowed his head down as Xiuzhen went on to appraise his skills in several fields and encouraged him to take up jobs in these fields.

At the President's direction, the NSC could also assess and appraise risks to U.S. national security, consider policies, and then report or make
who live in the world.

The phrase is as apposite now as it was then.

The analogy with the insurance and reinsurance industry in the context of frenetic merger and acquisition activity is, indeed, apposite.

The axiom, you get what you pay for may well be apposite in the case of passenger retreads.

There is an apposite Wagner anecdote.

Elements of problem behaviour are addressed by apposite allocation.

The choice, inter alia, of the NSAs in Dumfries and Galloway is apposite both because of the progress on its biodiversity and other management programmes and because of the special character of its NSAs.

On this day, November 12th 2001, as the Northern Alliance entered Kabul, it was perhaps apposite that I should offer a prayer that this blessing be so, and that Peace should come to our tattered and divided world.

Paul Krugman recently pointed to an apposite example of what a truly generous "interstate" bailout looks like - the rescue of Texas during the savings and loan crisis of the late 1980s.

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