Examiner


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Examiner

1. See: Auditor.

2. A doctor who performs a physical on a life or health insurance applicant to determine whether or not the applicant is eligible for a policy.
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That means introducing mechanisms allowing third parties to come forward after a patent has been granted with evidence of prior art that the examiner should have considered.
Opposing counsel could have a field day with such language, since your job as a fraud examiner is to gather the information and let someone else draw conclusions.
A public-domain algorithm like that of NIST, which yields an independently verifiable number for how well two bullets match, might provide firearms examiners with an unprecedented opportunity to harden their testimonies, suggests NIST forensic scientist Susan M.
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.
Frequently, hospital, laboratory, medical examiner, and postal service personnel contacted a member of the team by telephone or pager with concerns about potential patients with suspect symptoms.
Now the DSA has issued new guidelines telling examiners to "cut out the repartee" and "gratuitous comments to candidates".
Smaller agencies may devise a funding scheme to share the costs of funding for an examiner position.
The process of acquiring The Examiner was a long, tortured legal morass that played out in the court-room, on the news pages, and in the fractured and byzantine world of San Francisco politics.
Publisher Ted Fang said the problems resulted in limited home delivery of the Examiner, and only half the usual press run of 100,000 was produced.
The medical examiner is not concerned with legal negligence or culpability; this is an issue for the court system.
The following types of personality approaches have been included in the array of personality assessment techniques that have been offered for the examiner interested in conducting a multifaceted and multisourced assessment: the clinical interview, behavioral observation, rating scales and checklists, and projectives.
At the hearing, the parties in interest have the opportunity to challenge the need for an examiner, or to challenge the qualifications of a particular examiner selected by the court.