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investigation

Medtalk Evaluation of or research on a particular event or phenomenon. See Cluster investigation, Community health investigation, Contact investigation, the Exposure investigation, Kumar investigation, Preclinical investigation, Study, Trial, Urban investigation.
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If you or your client ever are visited by IRS Criminal Investigation Division special agents, you'll realize it's not a normal life event.
These data were collected as part of an outbreak investigation and therefore were exempt from formal institutional review board aprovals.
O'Connell was in regular auditing for 11 years before he turned to forensic investigation.
It is thus imperative that firms treat any PCAOB investigation with the utmost seriousness.
CSB (US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board).
This investigation examined the effects of learning-style responsive instruction on the behaviors, mathematics achievement-test scores, and attitudes of students who often fell through the cracks of our educational system--those of average or above-average ability who neither achieved nor behaved well in school.
A provision added to the code imposes a fine and/or imprisonment of up to 20 years for "whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence" an investigation or proceeding by a federal department or agency or any case filed in bankruptcy.
And then, one feels that their striving for quantitative investigation may not be the only guide for original work, but surely qualitative ideas as well guide us to avoid wasted effort and misconceptions.
6231(c)-5T provides that partnership items of a partner under criminal tax investigation shall be treated as nonpartnership items, but only as of the date on which the partner is notified that he is under criminal investigation, and only after he receives written notification from the IRS that his partnership items are treated as nonpartnership items.
This testimony will focus first on the operations of BCCI around the world, particularly BCCI's use of a fragmented, unsupervised structure operating in foreign jurisdictions with minimal supervision and strong bank secrecy laws; second, on the Federal Reserve's efforts to deny BCCI entry into this country; third, on the Federal Reserve's continuing investigation, which has detected and produced hard evidence of BCCI's secret acquisition of the stock of U.
3) For American law enforcement agencies, the typical CST investigation involves a U.

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