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  • He then examined his own personal ability to learn these non-words.
  • She ends up re-examining her own first love in a completely different light.
  • When he examines his code, he may well find it difficult to read.
  • He then examines in what way the city may be said to be natural.
  • However, recent research re-examined this and concluded this species also had four.
  • I've never examined a director and the way that they work, so much before.
  • These were now re-examined, and the decision made to draw up a more limited operation.
  • It is only when we examine our own nature that we become conscious of our human existence.
  • To see how it can be derived, we must examine the various reasons for current.
  • This was a controversial decision that has been examined often in the years since.
  • She was examined twice but the charges against her were eventually dropped.
  • It examines whether free will can exist if the future is set and known in advance.
  • As some ships had not been examined for some time, electrical problems had developed.
  • And the way the course is set up there is no way of examining them on their reading.
  • Recent studies have examined other roles of complex I activity in the brain.
  • A single judge may not examine applications against the state which nominated him.
  • This statement has never been confirmed, because neither parliament nor the courts examined the case.
  • The period the husband and wife team examined included the second half of the 17th century.
  • These simulation were run over-night and the data examined the next day.
  • Such visitors can gain a wide understanding of a person from examining their home.
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Meaning of examine

  • verb Observe, check out, and look over carefully or inspect
    The customs agent examined the baggage, I must see your passport before you can enter the country
  • verb Question closely