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  • verb Present participle of audit.

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Examples

  • If SQL Server is used, MailArchiver uses the built-in auditing functions to build audit trails for access of data, including access by users to their own mailbox archives.

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  • I think it's a bit harder to do it incognito these days with most of the buildings on campuses locked down, but most places auditing is still very cheap and you don't have to be enrolled in a degree program to do it.

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  • This is when all the arty unquantifiable soft-skills words get used to describe the value and quality of “just doing your job” but they are never reflected in auditing of performance.

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  • Enron's management paid Arthur Andersen $25 million in auditing fees in 2000.

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  • Enron's management paid Arthur Andersen $25 million in auditing fees in 2000.

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  • In his career with the accounting firm of Clarkson Gordon, Mr. Mackenzie has held numerous responsibilities in auditing, consulting and taxation for a wide range of public and private-sector clients.

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  • The long-term auditing im-pact has a potentially devastating impact on my overall economic future.

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  • The long-term auditing im-pact has a potentially devastating impact on my overall economic future.

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  • Katie Holmes 'Scientology study sessions spur talk of another baby ACTRESS Katie Holmes has been undergoing intense Scientology "auditing" - personal and spiritual counseling - sparking rumors that she's "being prepared" for her second baby with high-priest husband Tom Cruise,

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  • His new creed promised to improve the condition of the impure immortal spirit, or "thetan," through "auditing" -- an ongoing process for which Scientologists must pay a fee to the church.

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