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What does RE-EVAL stand for?

RE-EVAL stands for Re-Evaluation

This definition appears frequently

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HCC's CEO says that Sandy "will result in a re-evaluation of exposure in the northeast, and we anticipate this re-evaluation will result in meaningful price increases.
A re-evaluation of its exploration and production strategy is taking place, in partnership with BP, but current oil and gas production remains unaffected.
Results of a Randomized Study Presented at ACOG 2009 Annual Meeting Confirming Teschke's Re-evaluation of Spontaneous Reports CHICAGO, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Black cohosh has been widely used in Europe and also in North America to treat menopausal symptoms including hot flashes, night sweats, occasional irritability and mood swings.
As result of the current difficult global economic situation, which affects both Ireland and the main international markets to be served by the new operations, Diageo has decided to conduct a re-evaluation of this brewing investment programme in order to ensure its scope remains appropriate in the changed economic environment," it said in a statement.
Periodic re-evaluation of facts are required if using other permissible methods.