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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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Here, Boris Berman examines such diverse topics as conveying the composer's message, seeing the big picture, developing more technique, maintaining concentration before and during the performance, and the art of teaching and learning.
An important aim of this study was to examine the extent to which teachers' use of Student Outcome Statements promotes greater levels of student attitudes (and hence learning).
Chapter 6, "Muscles of the Shoulder, Upper Arm, and Elbow"; Chapter 7, "Muscles of the Forearm, Wrist, and Hand"; "Chapter 8, "Muscles of the Torso, Abdomen, and Back and Other Postural Muscles"; and Chapter 9, "Muscles of the Pelvis, Thigh, Calf, and Foot," all examine the muscles in these areas and how instrumentalists use them.
A short opening chapter examines the historical background of the formation of the movement.
Prendergast examines the rise of critical race theory as a direct response to a failed civil rights strategy in America's courts and schools.
Skinner makes a persuasive case for Milton's indebtedness to anti-monarchical Roman writers--for example, Sallust and Tacitus--and he examines parallels between Milton's arguments and those of the leading Parliamentarian pamphleteer, Henry Parker.
The service also will examine companies for tax schemes in which individuals use professional corporations of other taxable entities to attempt to avoid payroll and income taxes through the use of an employee leasing arrangement in an offshore-tax-savings jurisdiction.
He suggested that researchers who examine careers reconsider the meaning of career in career development, adopt longitudinal research designs, and focus on the process of development.
Nelson, Professor of Theology at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, have coedited this collection of nine theological papers that examine the doctrine of sin from different perspectives of those who have been sinned against.
Investigators said they will examine the plane's engines to see if they were operating properly.
This subanalysis will examine the long-term impact of early versus deferred initiation of therapy and the stage of HIV disease on quality of life.