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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 do not investigate yourselves, I will set up a commission to investigate you, as a President with investigating powers,' Mr.
A licensed architect, Lobo has 14 years of experience in investigating and designing remedial measures for existing buildings with Thornton Tomasetti and leading architectural firms in New York City.
There are obviously steep political obstacles in the way of investigating a sitting Defense Secretary," it notes in its report.
After the Gujarat carnage, some Indian Americans began investigating claims that money was raised in the U.
Sweet & Maxwell issued this statement: "The Serious Fraud Office and The City of London Police are investigating an allegation in relation to Sweet & Maxwell.
Both Greene and Tierney are seasoned veterans and certified fraud examiners, but many CPAs can go through their entire careers without investigating a fraud.
99-23, which concluded that costs incurred in searching for or investigating an active trade or business to determine whether to enter that business are investigatory costs, amortized as Sec.
Many agencies have formed specialized units to investigate sexual assault and have trained theft officers to prioritize their response to sexual assault cases and to treat victims with sensitivity while thoroughly investigating cases.
THE CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT of Health is investigating complaints that unionized nursing home employees sabotaged facilities and threatened residents prior to a one-day walkout staged March 20.
After being stymied by lack of both funds and administrative support for the past 7 years, an independent agency charged with investigating the cause of chemical accidents is finally taking root.
Under the guidance of Michigan Tech professor Jiquan Chen, graduate students are investigating biological microclimates around the edges of logging operations.

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