Inquiry Run

Inquiry Run

A process by which a computer finds and utilizes the information on a file without changing the file itself. This may be used in a direct mail campaign; a computer may do an inquiry run on a mailing list to find and use every fifth name.
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But the local element has now been removed - and replaced by a public inquiry run by national planning inspectors.
It is important now that we let this inquiry run its course.
The court will decide whether a previous inquiry run by the British Ministry of Defence was robust enough and sufficiently independent, as well as if mistreatment was systematic.
They have made it clear that an internal inquiry run in parallel would risk impeding their work.
The report also illustrates what we've known all along: this was a partisan led inquiry run by Obama supporters and the Palins were completely justified in their concern regarding Trooper Wooten given his violent and rogue behaviour she said.
US billionaire Chuck Feeney who had been bankrolling the independent watchdog Centre for Public Inquiry run by Frank Connolly withdrew funding following the allegations.
The idea is one of a range of measures being considered by the national inquiry run by the association to address the wealth gap across different parts of England.
This seems to be because the Government Office has a reasonable expectation the council will reject the planning application, the airport will appeal, and the whole tangled mess will end up at a public inquiry run by the Planning Inspectorate anyway.
Global Banking News-June 16, 2014--Irish bank inquiry runs into trouble
The inquiry runs concurrently with a police investigation into possible criminal offences related with the incident.
But she said she wants "to ensure that the inquiry runs as smoothly and fairly as possible" and urged councillors to "seek to channel and represent the views of your constituency".