scrutineer


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The first scrutineer takes a ballot, notes the name on it, and passes it to the second scrutineer.
Hamilton also had the satisfaction of beating Alonso, considering it was the Spaniard's moaning that led to the appointment of the scrutineer.
Hamilton also had the satisfaction of beating Alonso considering it was the Spaniard's moaning that led to the appointment of the scrutineer.
At a count at the BGRB offices, overseen by scrutineer Martina Sullivan, and in the presence of Tony Meek and BGRB officials, Reynolds received 45 of 107 votes cast, Meek 37 and Brian Clemenson 25.
My job is quite stressful and I'm also a motor sport scrutineer, helping to organise the Border Counties Rally, so I've had to slow down a bit.
But the chief scrutineer of the royal purse, Swansea West MP Alan Williams, was blunt about Dr Gibson's chances of success.
Mike Leigh is a merciless scrutineer of life in modern-day Britain.
Mr Alloway and a scrutineer - who was also struck but was unhurt - were standing yards from the finish of the Regal 600cc, held before a full house of 50,000 spectators.
Labour councillor Nigel Cooke, who represents Hardwick, was named Scrutineer of the Year at a ceremony which recognises the work of councillors from all political parties.
If the scrutineer doesn't think the car is safe to race then you'll have to fix it.
He became British Dance Council scrutineer and Championship
Rab MacDonald, who has travelled the world as an FIA motorsport scrutineer working in anything from F1 races to local club events, was presented with the Jim Clark Memorial Award for 2008 at a ceremony in Benelup, Spain, last weekend.
Unlike in the past, the elected council has the role of scrutineer - not of a decision-making body, a carry-over of the Thatcher-Blair period.
TODAY marks the deadline for the votes by members of the Greyhound Trainers' Association in the election of a successor to chairman John Haynes to reach scrutineer Mark Sullivan.
A council official AND an independent scrutineer to check work already overseen by a manager on pounds 150,000.