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estimated assessment

South African settlers and estimated assessments

Estimating uncertainty on internal dose assessments

Estimating and Applying Uncertainty in Assessment models

An assessment of the accuracy of admittance and coherence estimates using synthetic data

Estimating Field Densities of Haematobia irritans (Diptera: Muscidae) Using Direct Visual Field Counts Versus Photographic Assessments

TEXAS: a Tool for EXposure ASsessment—Statistical Models for Estimating Occupational Exposure to Chemical Agents

Incorporating experimentally derived estimates of survey trawl efficiency into the stock assessment process: a discussion

Effect of Prefracture versus Postfracture Dietary Assessment on Hip Fracture Risk Estimates

Stock assessment of eels in the Baltic: reconciling survey estimates to achieve quantitative analysis

Estimates of Active and Disabled Life Expectancy Based on Different Assessment Intervals

Utilization of Internal Standard Response Factors to Estimate the Concentration of Organic Compounds Leached from Pharmaceutical Packaging Systems and Application of Such Estimated Concentrations to Safety Assessment

A photographic gap fraction method for estimating leaf area of isolated trees: assessment with 3D digitized plants

Assessment of Deaths Attributable to Air Pollution: Should We Use Risk Estimates based on Time Series or on Cohort Studies?

RE: “ASSESSMENT OF DEATHS ATTRIBUTABLE TO AIR POLLUTION: SHOULD WE USE RISK ESTIMATES BASED ON TIME SERIES OR ON COHORT STUDIES?”

Attributable causes of cancer in Japan in 2005—systematic assessment to estimate current burden of cancer attributable to known preventable risk factors in Japan

Attenuation in Risk Estimates in Logistic and Cox Proportional-Hazards Models due to Group-Based Exposure Assessment Strategy

Combining Decision Rules from Classification Tree Models and Expert Assessment to Estimate Occupational Exposure to Diesel Exhaust for a Case-Control Study

The value of estimated GFR in comparison to measured GFR for the assessment of renal function in adult patients with Fabry disease

 

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A tax assessment raised by HM Revenue based on the estimated profits or income of a taxpayer. The level of profits from the assessment of the previous period is often used as a rough indication of the expected profits for the assessment under consideration. The taxpayer has 30 days to appeal against the assessment. An estimated assessment will be revised once the actual profits or income for the fiscal year in question are known. Under self-assessment, estimated assessments are not normally raised.

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