assessment

[ uh-ses-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF assessment

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Sedan's proportionate share of the assessment was forty-two thousand francs.

The assessment was levied according to the means of the villagers.

Footnote 3-65: For an assessment of the performance of the Mason's crew.

Of course, there is stealing in the assessment of land damages; but so there is everywhere.

The sampling and the cabin and the tunnel count for assessment work.

He hands Mason the assessment money, being beautifully green yet.

The basis of assessment for each has been the subject for much controversy.

Consequently, the inhabitants have petitioned that this assessment be not made.

In 1663, the assessment upon this tribe was fixed at 80 fathoms.

They paid an assessment annually, which the colonel expended for me.

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