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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1990: The Examiner finally left its Ramsden Street home to a new purposebuilt centre in Queen Street South.
For this reason amongst others it is vital that examinations are performed by knowledgeable examiners. With respect to market conduct examinations, a similar change is occurring.
There are lots of reasons why teachers choose to be examiners. They get a better insight into the qualification and how it's assessed, as well as deeper understanding of assessment.
Under this program, the USPTO will send 10 to 15 examiners to a company site anywhere within the United States.
LEARNERS who fail their driving test are giving examiners hell.
Examiner.com's CEO, Ashish Kapur, added that the combination would allow AXS to benefit from Examiner's contributors.
She was full of praise for the examiners saying that there was nothing wrong with the exam or the examiners.
The Examiner traces its roots back to 1863, was the flagship of The Hearst Corp.
Based on the criterion of exact agreement > 90% for [+ or -] 1 mm between the initial and repeated PD per examiner, it was shown that examiner 1 had an agreement of 99.85%, while examiners 2 and 3 had 100% agreement (Figure 2).
More than 1,000 eXaminer systems have been procured by airports domestically and internationally.
Information portal Examiner.com has acquired Vancouver-based NowPublic for an undisclosed sum, Examiner.com said on Wednesday.
Clarity Media Group has expanded its Examiner.com franchise into 20 additional markets.