- v. Simple past tense and past participle of examine.
“Would you for example buy a house on hearsay without having the title examined by a lawyer and the drains tested by a surveyor?”
“He advised me to come here, and have the title examined, and learn the real value of the land, and he gave me a letter to Senator”
“**] She always told the queen of Scots, that nothing would satisfy her but her espousing some English nobleman, who would remove all grounds of jealousy, and cement the union between the kingdoms; and she offered on this condition to have her title examined, and to declare her successor to the crown. [”
“My suggestion is that you get your brain examined and while doing that; get off the drugs.”
“What should be examined is how does the person answer questions, how does she/he respond to controversial decisions, is she/he willing to accept that some opponents will be offended regardless, does the person have well restrained temperament or is she/he very excitable and erratic, and is the person well informed about the subject matter at hand.”
“The failed satellite being examined is the $400 million U.S.”
“Depending on the part of the body being examined, the technologist may ask your child to change into a gown, or remove clothing so that the area to be examined is exposed.”
“For that reason, the problems and solutions are examined from the aspect of two types of states: strong state and weak state.”
“The present study again examined this relation and attempted to address these limitations.”
“In the wake of World War I, when the United States emerged as a great power, Atlantic contributor Evan Lewin examined the nation's new relationship with Africa and claimed that the United States was becoming the colonial ruler of Liberia.”
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