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sanitary inspector

noun
1.
(in Britain) a former name for Environmental Health Officer
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  • "I shall appoint him sanitary inspector," said Alec, sniffing.

  • There is only one sanitary inspector to every 35,000 inhabitants.

    The Sanitary Evolution of London

    Henry Lorenzo Jephson
  • Each community had its dispensary, its doctor, and its sanitary inspector.

    The Panama Canal

    Frederic Jennings Haskin
  • There are the school attendance officer and the sanitary inspector.

    New Worlds For Old Herbert George Wells
  • It was in a land where the sanitary inspector ceases from troubling.

    Furze the Cruel John Trevena
  • You are not a sanitary inspector, and cannot realise the feelings of one.

  • In the Five Towns an organist may be a sanitary inspector or an auctioneer on Mondays.

  • No. 8, the peculiar sanctum of the sanitary inspector, was given up to an army surveyor.

    The Second Fiddle Phyllis Bottome
  • At once she begins to talk about things that nobody but a woman or a sanitary inspector can talk about without blushing.

    They and I Jerome K. Jerome
  • In this matter the sanitary inspector has many important duties to perform.

    Parasites T. Spencer Cobbold

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