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ex·am·in·er

(ek-zam'in-ĕr),
One who performs an examination.
[L. examino, to weigh, examine]
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Knec provided tough guidelines during the marking of the examination, but examiners noted that some of them were not followed at all, especially on marking time, which was supposed to be from 7am to 7pm.
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