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    quarter(ed) evaluation

    What is "quarter(ed) evaluation"

    What does it mean "I thought your quartered evaluation was today." I am not sure whether it's "quarter" or "quartered".

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    Re: quarter(ed) evaluation

    Is it "quarterly"? That means four times a year - each quarter of a year, every three months. Some employees, for example, have quarterly evaluations of their work.

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