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Synonyms for countercheck

a check that restrains another check

something that checks the correctness of a previous check


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oppose or check by a counteraction

check a second time

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If acceptance of the IV cannulation is good enough, it indirectly counterchecks the sedation status and behaviour level.
For example, the government accounting system in China during the Zhao dynasty (1122-256 BC) included audits of official departments; and ancient Romans and Greeks devised careful systems of checks and counterchecks to ensure the accuracy of their reports [see Pava, 2013].
The Constitution counterchecks prosecutors by requiring judges to determine again, this time "personally," the existence of probable cause before issuing an arrest warrant on the accused.
This needs a system of checks and counterchecks. Every country should have a truly autonomous, independent statutory regulatory body capable of making and enforcing rules for medical education and healthcare.
The safety commission, a government panel, had radiation monitoring data taken from only three locations outside of the plant at the time, while the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency has its own monitoring data from the plant for counterchecks.
" In fact, the steps beat the Parliamentary session arrangements in terms of checks and counterchecks put in place," a police officer said.