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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We address this attrition and are able to keep most examiner positions filled by maintaining a group of financial institution specialists (examiner trainees) ready to step up when needed," Barr said.
He joins the Washington Examiner after running The Hill as editor in chief since 2003, and his writing has also appeared in such publications as The Wall Street Journal(Europe), the Financial Times and The Guardian.
Another interpreter called the examiner a cheat and liar and wrote on the side window "Jihadist" and "Allah rules".
More information on becoming an Examiner is available at http://www.
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Another examiner agrees: "That's where the push is coming [towards allowing more applications], because allowances bring maintenance fees.
But Anschutz expanded the tabloid horizons this January with his launch of the Washington Examiner.
During the sampling process, the examiner will verify that (1) each payee is appropriately identified and classified in accordance with documentation in the withholding agent's records; (2) the withholding agent withheld the correct income tax for the type of income and payee; and (3) the transaction was properly reported on Form 1042-S, Foreign Person's U.
If the fraud examiner writes the report as a single narrative consisting of multiple interviews, an attorney likely will be furnished the full document.
A female former inmate filed a [section] 1983 suit alleging that a state drivers license examiner forced her to have sex with him while she was on work release at the examination center.
Those devices optically present in one eyepiece side-by-side views of two different bullets, and an examiner judges their similarity for the court report.
At the beginning of an audit, the examiner will perform a full risk analysis of the taxpayer.