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  • v. Present participle of invigilate.


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  • "But these teachers were never exam markers to start off with - they were invigilators, and they will presumably be allowed to continue invigilating which is where the fraud took place," Zille said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • _ -- Spent two hours "invigilating" in the rooms of W.J. Grant (who has broken his collar-bone, and is allowed to do his Greats papers in this way) while he dictated his answers to another undergraduate, Pakenham, who acted as scribe.

    The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (Rev. C. L. Dodgson)

  • (Hell, if it's Conan related, and these two vixens will be invigilating, I'll take that damn quiz!)

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • I did nothing but flick paint at people and draw attention to myself, because I was deeply in love with the biology mistress who was invigilating.

    Portrait of the artist: Maggi Hambling, artist

  • "Those invigilating the Grade 12 science paper and the Grade 11 geography paper must ensure that those exams are written," said Sadtu's

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Nkosi was reacting to reports that the Sadtu Midlands region had said the KwaZulu-Natal education department would have to postpone the exams to allow members invigilating the exams to attend the protests planned outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Played in teams? etcBut as I was invigilating an exam today, I did something entirely new and refreshing with this post.

    [Blogging on Demand] Sports

  • I'm going to be invigilating for O-level exams tomorrow when the election results are announced, but Janet has promised to SMS me when she finds out.

    ennui and lethargy are waging a war inside me*

  • Don't recommend the invigilating though, I have to do it and spend most of the time trying to stay awake and not fall asleep in front of the students I am supposed to be watching intently!

    Running Errands with the Housewife

  • The invigilating official is required to ask you your full name and address, and mark you off on the Electoral Roll, and ask you if you have voted at any other booth in this election.

    The Australian Election « Whatever


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