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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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Chapter 1, "How to Use this Book" and Chapter 2, "Growth and Development," examine the basic functions of the body's support system, such as the nervous system, breathing, posture, joints, muscles and what can go wrong.
Given this call to increase parental participation in their children's educational programs, it is imperative that we examine the impact of culture and parental views on the collaborative and participation.
These toxicological findings provided some evidence about biological plausibility and mechanisms that will be of paramount importance to our efforts to examine the validity of the observed epidemiological study findings.
This presentation will examine the strong relationship that exists between financial markets and economic growth.
They called for researchers to examine conditions that support or enable women and ethnic minority individuals to achieve their career goals, which would complement research on barriers to attainment of career goals (Lent et al.
We require all schools to examine geological hazards and things of that nature,'' said Jim Bush, the assistant director of facilities planning for the Department of Education.
The IRS will examine motor fuel excise taxes more closely, with additional emphasis and training directed toward motor fuel and petroleum by-products, telecommunications and manufacturing excise taxes.
The TCMP selects random returns and subjects them to a thorough audit that examines every aspect of the return.
This report examines each of the protein therapeutics classes in turn, assessing the market potential, and encompassing main therapeutic areas to which they are applicable.
Pushing the Physiological Envelope," by Jacqueline Csurgai-Schmitt, examines stretching exercises that improve one's physical coordination, thus improving movements at the piano.
A Pearson Product Moment Correlation technique was used to examine the overall scores.
Most works on emigration from southern and eastern Europe to Argentina focus on the period 1880-1930; Moya, however, goes back to the mid-nineteenth century to examine past social realities and perceptions, so that he can depict the aspects of continuity and change more clearly.