... I like Rogers change but the word inquiry doesn't seem appropriate What about: An assessment of an item is the act of making a judgement to determine theoeemanstewakp
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Bill I would propose the following: An assessment of an item is an inquiry to determine the extent to which the item has or lacks the attributes considered.willmottr
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