scrutineer


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scrutineer

(ˌskruːtɪˈnɪə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who examines, esp one who scrutinizes the conduct of an election poll
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Noun1.scrutineer - someone who examines votes at an election
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
examiner, inspector - an investigator who observes carefully; "the examiner searched for clues"
Translations

scrutineer

[ˌskruːtɪˈnɪəʳ] Nescrutador(a) m/f

scrutineer

[ˌskruːtɪˈnɪər] (British) nscrutateur/trice m/f

scrutineer

n (Brit Pol) → Wahlprüfer(in) m(f)
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Some 927 members voted in total, with 684 voting in favour of the sale, 231 against and 12 being declared void by an independent scrutineer.
87) was turned over after going odds-on in running for the second race in a row when beaten by 3-1 chance Scrutineer at Hamilton.
Alex Carella represented the Abu Dhabi Team at the opening F2 round in Finland and the Rouen Class S2 winner was also the provisional winner of that first F2 race at Peurunka, until a technical scrutineer discovered a wiring anomaly and the boat was disqualified from the race standings.
Expat Raimond Fontaine, who has volunteered as a scrutineer for the past 11 years at the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, said: "The last two races in Bahrain I was the scrutineer for Max himself, so you can imagine how thrilled I am as a fellow Dutchman to see this young, talented guy win a grand prix race this soon in his career
We crossed the finish line to a question from the MSA scrutineer who commented that he thought the F1 cars were at Bahrain that weekend, such was the noise
Independent scrutineer Popularis collected, counted and verified the 74% turnout of ballot papers, which also showed that 92% postal workers supported the boycott of competitors' mail, 99% supported the CWU Pay claim and 92% supported a policy of non-cooperation.
As the scrutineer reads out each name, he pierces each ballot with a needle through the word "Eligo" and binds the ballots with thread and ties a knot.
One of the stumbling blocks is that the August AGM did not appoint a returning officer or scrutineer to conduct the ballot.
Revving up for the run: Scrutineer Dave Bowlas checks the paperwork of Jeff Dunn before he sets off in his 1953 TD.
With an FIA scrutineer overseeing all that unfolded in the McLaren garage yesterday, Hamilton offered an honest appraisal of what he must do today.
acted as Scrutineer at the special meeting of shareholders and reported that of the total shares outstanding at the record date of 35,866,837, 26,122,414 or 72.