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Definition for exam (2 of 2)
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“We hope that the release of this exam will address the principled confusion that the new framework produced,” Coleman wrote.RNC to Congress: Investigate the AP U.S. History Exam|Gideon Resnick|August 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The procedure was remarkably speedy—patients were in-and-out of the exam room in minutes.
When they come for medical appointments, both of them are constantly getting into things around my exam room.Why Giving Adderall to Toddlers Is So Completely, Utterly Wrong|Russell Saunders|May 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the physician-patient dynamic is about more than just doing an exam and diagnosing a problem.
After a lengthy discussion of my medical history and an exam, he agreed to perform the surgery.
By the way, you have passed your exam before now; how have you succeeded?The Girls of St. Wode's|L. T. Meade
Hannah considered it in the last degree futile to dread an exam.A College Girl|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
Meet me to-morrow at 12.0 at that tumbled-down hut in the copse on the Shipley Road where we went that day just before my exam.Once Aboard The Lugger|Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson
This morning, while Dora was having her exam (she passed with Distinction), I went to the cemetery quite alone.A Young Girl's Diary|An Anonymous Young Girl
Not in person but a recording, anyway M'Clare is on Earth surrounded by exam papers.The Lost Kafoozalum|Pauline Ashwell
British Dictionary definitions for exam
Word Origin and History for exam
shortened form of examination, 1848.