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- n. A person who investigates someone or something.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who examines, tries, or inspects; one who interrogates; an officer or person charged with the duty of making an examination
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who examines, inspects, or tries; one who interrogates a witness or an accused person.
- n. A person appointed to conduct an examination, as in a school or college; one appointed to examine candidates for degrees or for public employment: as, the examiners in natural science, metaphysics, classics, etc.; civil-service examiners.
- n. In the English chancery, an officer of court who examines on oath the witnesses produced on either side, or the parties themselves.
- n. In the United States Patent Office, an official, subordinate to the commissioner of patents, whose duty it is to examine and report upon applications for the issue and reissue of patents, and upon alleged cases of interference with rights secured by patent.
- n. A custom house officer appointed to examine merchandise, baggage, etc., in order to detect and prevent smuggling and other frauds on the treasury: called an inspector in the United States customs service.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who administers a test to determine your qualifications
- n. an investigator who observes carefully
Until the foreclosure problem is resolved, be prepared for extra delays and scrutiny from your lender, the title examiner and the title insurance company.
The title examiner checks to make sure that the chain of title is unbroken, meaning that each seller's ownership is evidenced by a deed or other documents showing how that seller obtained the ownership.
The concentration of poverty in Kiryas Joel, pronounced KIR-yas Jo-EL is not a deliberate strategy by the leaders of the Satmar sect, said Joel Oberlander, 30, a title examiner who lives in Williamsburg.
"We try to have new ones all the time," said Anthony M. Markella, a title examiner for 25 years who heads the committee that organizes the display.
She worked as a title examiner for several years at the law firm of Terry, Dunning and Terry and was recently working for the Barnstable Housing Authority.
It would be better if I had the actual materials to work from, of course, but the local medical examiner is passably competent, and the images are detailed.
The examiner is calling for RICO to be applied to ACORN.
Quick, July 22, 1914; lawyer Pittsburgh, Pa., 1893-95; farmer Iowa 1895-99; land title examiner 1899-1904; contractor 1904-11; fruit grower 1912 -; Presbyterian.
"Having two teams in our office is a little more exciting," said title examiner Lisa Morris, 39.
Such chief title examiner shall also in case of the absence, sickness or disability of the recorder or if a vacancy exists in the office of recorder, perform, under the title of deputy recorder, all of the official duties of the recorder.