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The keenest lawyer in our county is not so clever a cross-examiner as his sister when she sits with her needles and yarn.
Dont forget to tell the examiner that Toly and Modi are prepared for the upper division, so runs the gist of his letters.
This examination is made by an examiner, whose decision, however, is not conclusive and may be set aside by the commissioner.
If you make your claims broader than that one example, the Examiner will reject you for lack of disclosure.
THE PROFESSIONAL APPROACHCHARLES LEONARD HARNESS
By that time I had gone over the entire rejection and planned my complete response to the Examiner.
THE PROFESSIONAL APPROACHCHARLES LEONARD HARNESS
A Bank Examiner to afford perfect security for the real merit of his examination, has a disagreeable duty to perform.
He had the reputation of being the most effective cross-examiner in New England.
The examiner holds a stop-watch, and notes what fraction of a second each one of these reactions takes.
To all intents and purposes the powers of the Chamberlain are exercised by a gentleman who is styled the Examiner of Plays.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
No one, so far as I know, had an answer for the teasing cross-examiner: evolution had not been invented then.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE

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