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spot check

1. noun An inspection that is random and/or occurs only for a limited time. Because I've gotten reports that some of you are abandoning your posts early, there will be spot checks for the foreseeable future.
2. verb To make such an inspection. Because I've gotten reports that some of you are abandoning your posts early, I will be spot checking you all for the foreseeable future.
See also: check, spot
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Figure 11 illustrates the number of annual permit inspections and the backlog that had developed prior to the spot check program, and the number of permit and spot check inspections that were able to be performed after the spot check program was implemented.
During last year's spot check only 20 per cent of cars were found to have an under-inflated tyre.
SPOT checks on taxis and private hire vehicles in Dudley have resulted in four drivers facing prosecution.
A spot check of other stations across the Valley showed prices still above $2, but most had seen price declines.
Failed shops have been warned they will be reported to the fiscal if they don't improve before the next spot check.
A SPOT check by Kirklees Council officers saw five out of 24 licensed taxis hauled off the road after dangerous defects were found.
Limited Tenders are invited for Spot Check Developer
A HEALTH Board has been told to carry out an examination of wards at a hospital after inspectors found unacceptable cleanliness levels during a spot check.
This gives a good overview, a spot check, you could say,'' explained Pat Heirs, a Beverly Hills public relations specialist who was out counting birds at Sepulveda Basin.
The spot check identified some inconsistencies in relation to training in infection control.
Spot check inspections revealed issues with the toilets at Singleton Hospital, in Swansea, and the nearby Hill House Community Hospital.