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examine (one) in (something)

To test one on their knowledge in a particular subject or area. A noun or pronoun can be used between "examine" and "in." The department head will examine you in all literature from the Restoration through the Victorian age.
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examine someone in something

to give someone an examination in a particular subject or covering certain material. The committee examined her in her knowledge of history. I was examined in math.
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The head of the Arab Penal Reform Organisation Mohamed Zare responded to the minister's last point regarding homeland security, he said the minister's statements can't be examined in isolation from the situation on the ground.
The unresolved conflict produced the myths and stereotypes David Chappell examined in the course of the extensive research that distinguishes his work.
The religious, economic, and national politics of Europeans in Japan are examined in Boxer, 117-21, 152-160; also Cooper, 120-26.
When the spinal fluid of 54 hospitalized schizophrenics was examined in this way, two proteins appeared in 1 7 of the patients that did not turn up in any of 99 healthy volunteers, report Harrington, Torrey and Carl R.
This latter theory, first proposed in 1958 by subsequent Nobel Prize-winning economists Franco Modigliani and Merton Miller, is examined in depth in this tutorial.
This is the crux of the dividend irrelevance proposition of Modigliani-Miller that is examined in detail here.