examinate

examinate

(ɪɡˈzæmɪˌneɪt)
n
(Law) a person being examined, esp academically or in a court of law; an examinee
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Proprietatile psihometrice ale lui ORTHO-15 au fost examinate doar partial de catre autorii testului original.
Il Cannocchiale Aristotelico ossia idea delle argutezze heroiche volgarmente chiamata impresse examinate infonte co' rettorici precetti del divino Aristotele, che comprendono tutta la Retorica e la Poetica Elocuzione.
For example, the Oxford English Dictionary includes the following, with the dates of the first recorded uses: conformal 1647, cosmopolitanism 1828, devaluated 1898, devotedness 1668, examinate 1560, forbiddenness 1647, importancy 1540, increasement (encreasement) 1509, non-transparent 1849, pronunciate 1652, re-enrol 1789, re-send 1534, and urbanistic 1934.
Iida et al 2010, reported a positive correlation between aerobic fitness and performance on the Stroop task..To examinate such potential influences of physical fitness on cognitive functioning, it is important to understand the developmental changes underlying such behavioural and cognitive functions."
In this study, in the Prut basin, during research for determination of spatial factor influence's order, which are directly or indirectly measurable, first of all, we have to examinate the graphics correlation, the aspect, the trendline, the coefficient correlation and displaing equation, who result from statistical analysis of variation coefficient and the most important spatial factor.
to examinate for relief, and offered to give him a copy of a letter
"[t]his Examinate spake to her Husband to this effect: 'Hobry ...