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inspect

[L. inspectare, to examine]
To examine visually.
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As per an order issued by the Delhi government's Department of Home, all coaching centres operating in high rise buildings (more than four floors excluding stilt floor) shall be inspected by the Director (Fire Services) who shall take immediate action for closing down coaching institutes operating above the fourth floor in buildings that are in violation of the fire norms.
"With regard to the purported inspection of VCM hub in Baguio City, this Office had no intention at all to inspect any VCM hub.
'When we inspected the gold mines, we just wanted to find out how many were operating illegally and not registered with the government."
He will also go to Bortianor to inspect the Sunda LTD 1D1F project and inspect the Everpure 1D1F project at Obom.
In 2014 the new Welsh Government regulations introduced a more flexible approach to when providers are inspected and reduced the predictability of inspections.
Images are then inspected using Teledyne Dalsa's iNspect software.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian-bound Iranian cargo plane which was landed and inspected at Baghdad International Airport was only carrying humanitarian and medical aid for the crisis-hit people of Syria, Iraqi Civil Aviation Organization announced, dismissing earlier US allegations that Iran is sending weapons to Damascus via cargo and passenger flights.
Out of 167,033 registered domestic facilities, FDA and states under contract inspected 19,073.
Summary: Makkah, Dhu Al-Qa&'dah 25,1431/Nov 02, 2010, SPA--Prince Khalid Al- Faisal Ibn Abdulaziz, the Governor of Makkah Province, who is also Chairman of Hajj Central Committee, will make a tour of the Holy Sites on Saturday to inspect preparations and projects executed to provide the best services to...
Speaking to the Tehran Times, Sayyari said, "We will never allow such a country to inspect our ships.
SAUDI Aramco, in cooperation with US technology developer Quest Integrity, has successfully demonstrated a new flexible in-line inspection (ILI) tool designed to comprehensively inspect some of the company's "non-scrapeable" pipelines, those that cannot be inspected by regular ILI tools.
The fiberglass push cable allows for easy deployment, retrieval, and storage and can inspect up to 120 feet into a lateral pipe.