examiner

[ ig-zam-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF examiner

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXAMINER

I see that you are the Examiner's reporter, and that you are the lady of the photograph.

The examiner must be more than man who is sufficient for these things.

Well, it all turned out as desired by both candidate and examiner.

The examiner should plan to make every contact he has with a student a help to the student.

The examiner had given himself up to the spirit of gossiping idleness.

Above all, the examiner should not fail to ask the patient to put out his tongue.

But the examiner need not expect to hold fast to any schedule.

The examiner must scent the situation and adapt his method to it.

After each series, therefore, the examiner should say, “Was it right?”

From 1836 to 1856, when he retired on a pension, he was Examiner of India Correspondence.

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