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ASSESSOR
ASSESSOR<a-ses’-er>: Lit. one who sits by another, an assistant; among the ancients especially an assistant to the king (compare “The assessor of his throne,” Dryden, Milton’s P.L., Book vi), or to the judge (see Dryden, Virgil’s Aeneid, vi.583). Later it came to mean one who assesses people or property
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Assessor
ASSESSOR, a-sesʹēr: Lit. one who sits by another, an assistant; among the ancients esp. an assistant to the king (cf “The assessor of his throne,” Dryden, Milton’s P.L., Bk vi), or to the judge (see Dryden, Virgil’s Aeneid, vi.583). Later it came to mean one who assesses people or property for purposes