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Synonyms for examine

to study closely or systematically

to subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

to subject to a test of knowledge or skill

to put a question to (someone)

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listening session, Chairman Matz acknowledged it is unfortunate whenever NCUA loses great examiners, especially after the agency invests time and money in their hiring and training process," Fairbanks said.
Examiners reported 29 cases in which they were accused of racism or bullied.
With November trending towards another record-breaking month, Examiner.
Every day we hear discussions about whether hyperlocal content will ever be scalable, sustainable or profitable as a business entity," said Rick Blair, CEO of Examiner.
Grade Seven Piano: Kent McWilliams and James Lawless, examiners
Examiners receive applications, then search through the available record to determine whether the invention is genuinely unique.
The Board of Examiners did not consider the complaint until November 2003, two years after the administrator's license had expired, according to the report.
Jim could have avoided this problem and others by adhering to the five standards of reporting on fraud set forth in the Fraud Examiners Manual (see "Standards for Writing Fraud Reports," below).
To cheek whether a bullet from a crime scene was fired from a specific gun, firearms examiners typically test-fire a bullet from the suspect gun and then compare the scratches on its land impressions to those on the crime-scene bullet.
Field examiners were trained in November and December of 2002, but it will take them time to become accustomed to and accept the new procedures.
However, in the existing model, examiners do not get enough regular exposure to cases nor enough time to conduct the follow-up, research, or court preparation time to truly develop solid expertise in the field.
Audit teams that may include specialists, such as international examiners, engineers, financial product specialists, employment tax examiners, etc.
Medical examiners and coroners should be included in these plans.
The nationwide decrease in the quantity of autopsies being performed by local hospital-based general pathologists has placed an additional burden on medical examiners.
This model contains specific clinical techniques that examiners using measures of personality might employ to help them avoid the potential bias in personality assessment described previously and that the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (American Psychological Association, 1985) require be avoided.