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  • At best, the parliament can ask the authority to audit certain issues.
  • Since he really liked to learn, he therefore went to audit courses at the university.
  • He said he would be glad to audit it, but there has not been time to give it to him. Cited from Northern Nut Growers Association, Tenth Annual Meeting, by Various
  • A bill to establish a pilot project to audit electronic equipment died in committee.
  • These committees had the authority to audit government and economic administration records.
  • It can also be a means to audit users and their access privileges.
  • He was an accountant in civil life and helped to audit the camp books.
  • In the same year Peking University also began to allow women students to audit classes.
  • This was one of the first cases where auditors had to audit through the computer rather than around the computer.
  • They are able to audit accounts, and perform other duties as ordered by the chief judge over the course of their six-year terms.
  • She returned in 2007 to audit the hospital and it turned out she was engaged.
  • Suppose there is a table which we want to audit.
  • The third step of the Factory Project is to audit the collection.
  • In future years the other members, in their turn, shall continue to audit the said accounts annually, as is here declared. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 10, Ed. by Blair and Robertson
  • He is sent to Milan to audit the books of an Italian firm.
  • The film's relevance has increased since production with national support to audit the Federal Reserve.
  • It is also customizable so that a user can create a program to audit a specific function.
  • He skipped his finance courses to audit music classes, and performed at night in nearby clubs.
  • Judges are required to audit the judging school every three years.
  • Any decision to audit the accounts is one for the shareholders to take.
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