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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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The meeting will also examine a summary regarding appointments of 21-grade judicial members in appellate tribunals and Inland Revenue while the summary for repatriation of a judge of Peshawar banking court 1 will also be examined.
Noor Alam Khan, will examine the appropriation accounts 2016-17 and audit report for year 2017-18.
A mission analysis examines what the operating environment is and what the user and system must do; this is also known as a requirements analysis.
Session 6 on operations will examine extruder dynamics, productivity and quality, and process variation and control.
Global Environmentalism and Local Politics examines the interplay between local, national, and transnational organizations in three different countries.
Youmans specifically examines a network of these experts, particularly Daniel Pipes and Steve Emerson, who draw upon and facilitate merging U.S.
This article examines the methods taken to investigate inoculant-filter behavior and what was discovered from each study.
Participants examine how peace operations forces are mobilized, trained, deployed, employed and sustained.
Recognizing that many large organizations have implemented a mix of systems to address specific recorded information management needs (e.g., an imaging system to manage digitized images, a drawing management system to control drawings, and a correspondence tracking system), the authors examine the subsystems that can be elements of an IDCM system.
Not all the twelve essays collected in this volume focus on Milton's evolving notions of political liberty or explicitly examine "the terms of liberty" in the seventeenth century; however, those that do in their various ways, illuminate the topic with fresh attention to historical, political, and classical contexts.
In reviewing nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements, the IRS will examine deduction timing for deferred amounts (that is, whether a deduction has been postponed until the employee has corresponding income).
For example, the EHS study makes a distinction between content of father involvement and context, making it possible to examine context-specific (e.g., play) determinants of father involvement.