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Inspector(s) of Election

The person(s) appointed by the Corporation to act as a judge on voting matters brought before a shareholder meeting. The inspector determines which proxies and ballots are in good form, and acceptable to be voted. They also count and record the votes, supervise and inspect the counting process and attest to the final results. They cannot be overruled on these matters, although they have no voice in the procedural aspects of the meeting itself.
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Great were the weariness and annoyance of the old Inspector and the Weighers and Gaugers, whose slumbers were disturbed by the unmercifully lengthened tramp of my passing and returning footsteps.
He had a particularly hangdog expression as he stood before the inspector with his head bowed and his countenance averted from Mr.
The inspector tried to protest, but Richard closed his mouth with an angry order to hold his tongue.
Take all needful precautions," replied the inspector.
The Inspector here has done all that could possibly be suggested, but I wish to leave no stone unturned in trying to avenge poor Straker and in recovering my horse.
Got it at Rorke's Drift; prison governor or inspector ever since; favorite recreation, what do you think?
He introduced himself as Inspector Martin, of the Norfolk Constabulary, and he was considerably astonished when he heard the name of my companion.
The station-master stepped out to the platform, summoned an inspector, and gave a few brief orders.
Why an inspector of hospitals should hold an inquiry upon a Zeppelin raid?
I must, however, as a matter of duty, send an inspector with you, since you have so valuable a charge.
No," said the inspector, a sensible-looking man with a sandy moustache, speaking for the first time.
Barely had he finished this when the police arrived--the Inspector himself and two of his keenest sleuths.

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