- v. present participle of examine.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having power to examine; appointed to examine.
“In late September, China customs agents appeared to drag their feet at the nation 's ports in examining all goods on the Japanese routes.”
“These endorsements might lend legitimacy to student groups interested in examining drug laws, like DePaul University's Students for Cannabis Policy Reform.”
“But, it's a high interest site regardless, there near Collins crater, for those interested in examining the artifacts of A11, and who advocate the land at a distance and approach from the ground method of minimal disturbance to these ultimate Long Duration Exposure Facilities.”
“The article examines the various standards of review that state courts have used in examining gun control laws under state constitutional right to arms provisions.”
“Independent short films from around the world and discussions will address the role of science fiction, fantasy and horror in examining social issues.”
“Though I think there is still value in examining and debating gender issues, the change that we are lacking right now is of a deeply personal and social nature that too much legislation and arbitrary fixes might distort.”
“But in examining that policy in recent years, it continued, we have seen law enforcement identify a number of such businesses as being engaged in illegal activities.”
“Times did not consider religion in examining or endorsing candidates nor did we consider previous or current status in the”
“One of the reasons why fan films are worth examining is because they present an alternate view of mass culture, often trading in stories that would never be created, approved or released by proper copyright holders.”
“He is interested in examining what he refers to as “binary oppositions” – that is, pairs of concepts whose terms are diametrically opposed, such as “man/woman” or “nature/culture” – ultimately break down, since each term can only achieve its value in relation to its apparent “opposite”.”
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