Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of examinator.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But you know that the day for my trials is appointed; I have already gone through the form of being introduced to the examinators, and have gotten my titles assigned me.

    Redgauntlet

  • After Chavunduka and Choto's release in January independent medical examinators said they had been "severely tortured".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It was found that examinators had adjusted the marks of matric candidates in a considerable number of subjects - allegedly on instructions given at a workshop held by the provincial education department.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In the opinion of the honourable and venerable examinators, however, it was considered as sufficiently decisive, and of much public importance.

    A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education

  • A sub-committee of the week-day teachers were appointed to procure a boy to be taught, which they did, and who, on being closely examined at a preliminary public meeting of the whole examinators, was found totally ignorant of words, and knew not one letter from another, with the exception, of "the round o."

    A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education

  • These were so horribly tortured that some of them admitted the truth of the whole accusations, and said, besides, that they had seen and recognised in their nocturnal assembly many persons rank, prelates, seigneurs, and governors of bailliages and ties, being such names as the examinators had suggested to the persons examined, while they constrained them by torture to impeach the persons to whom they belonged.

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • Only one thing, which, in the eyes of the examinators, appears out of place; a sheet of paper folded in the form of a letter, and sealed as such.

    The Lone Ranche

  • These were so horribly tortured that some of them admitted the truth of the whole accusations, and said, besides, that they had seen and recognised in their nocturnal assembly many persons of rank, prelates, seigneurs, and governors of bailliages and cities, being such names as the examinators had suggested to the persons examined, while they constrained them by torture to impeach the persons to whom they belonged.

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • The precautions taken by the Rev. and learned examinators, to secure accuracy in their ultimate decision, were at once judicious and complete; and were intended to enable them to say with confidence at the close of the experiment, that the results, whatever they might be, were really the effects of the exercise and discipline to which the children during it had been subjected, and were in no respect due to the previous capacity or the attainments of the children.

    A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education

  • It was by the above means that the children, in the experiment in Aberdeen, and more especially those in that at Newry, appeared to the examinators to be inexhaustible; they having, during a space of time unprecedentedly short, got hold of principles which enabled them, without any great stretch of memory, and by the association of ideas, to account for hundreds of familiar objects and circumstances, the nature and working of which they had never perhaps thought of before.

    A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education

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