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pass in review

[for marchers] to move past an important person for a visual examination. All the soldiers passed in review on the Fourth of July. As they passed in review, each of them saluted the officers on the reviewing stand.
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review for something

to study material again for something, such as an examination. I need some time to review for the examination. Have you had enough time to review for your speech?
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The peer review process has changed little from journal to journal for centuries, and Kravchenko was expecting that his most recent paper would get vetted through the same process that put his 80-odd earlier papers into print.
We have two internal death reviews of the same incident prior to the final death review,'' Whitmore said.
In addition, the state must have mandatory peer review for the state board of accountancy to have access.
Before the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, when an audit partner walked into the controller's office and said, "We found a material error during our review of the company's Form 10-Q or 10-K report," the controller was, of course, appalled an error had occurred.
I plan to set the context of this article by describing a scenario, define what a systematic review is in relation to all review articles, briefly discuss the history of systematic reviews, and list why they are important to librarians and why they are done.
Since peer review plays such a vital role in providing information for institutes to use in deciding which proposals to fund, it is crucial that the process ensure the best possible evaluation of the science.
Jane Morley, BC's independent Child and Youth Officer, investigated and found that "the story of this Director's case review is not a story of conspiracy and cover-up, but rather one of organizational failure.
The necessity of independent review is no less true of design engineers than of a student grading his own test.
If the review finds a claim does not have adequate proof of a "stressor"--the specific event or events that trigger PTSD--the veteran will have to provide more information and could ultimately lose benefits.
On July 1, 2005, Bazy filed with the ALJ a motion for interlocutory review of the June 21, 2005, Order, and requested the ALJ to stay the production of the disputed documents pending the interlocutory review request.
Tax Court Rule 183 delineates the procedural framework and substantive standards governing that court's review of special trial judge findings.
F-35 (Joint Strike Fighter) Program Review -- March 15, 2005
Sharing certain peer review information with an expanded array of user groups would further demonstrate that CPAs hold themselves to the highest professional standards.
Urbanski developed Rochester's peer review program back in 1986, well aware of the controversy a similar effort had endured a decade earlier.