second examination

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Yes, yes," replied Dantes eagerly; "I would beg of you, who see so completely to the depths of things, and to whom the greatest mystery seems but an easy riddle, to explain to me how it was that I underwent no second examination, was never brought to trial, and, above all, was condemned without ever having had sentence passed on me?
Spanish cops arranged an autopsy but now the State Pathologist in Dublin has agreed to the second examination.
Her lawyer's request for a second examination to be performed by another medical committee was denied by presiding judge Falah Al Hajeri.
Following Uy-urluoy-lu's report, the video footage was sent to the gendarmerie for a second examination.
Shazia Qureshi said that success in first examination qualified the candidates for 'Mukhtarship' and in second examination qualified him for leadership in the subordinate.
Second examination of project invoicing (reference test)
One doctor had already carried out an examination, concluding the discomfort was mild, but because she maintained it was more severe than that, the second examination was arranged in rooms on Wellington Street, Leeds.
The inquiry will be the second examination of the case after an earlier Royal Military Police inquiry was judged inadequate by high court judges following a legal battle by Al-Sweady's uncle and five Iraqis who claim they were abused by British troops after the firefight.
London-based consultants GL Hearn have been asked to produce the new report - its second examination of the scheme.
Javed Akhtar said that success in first examination qualified the candidates for 'Mukhtarship' and in second examination qualified him for leadership in the subordinate.
Ex-Sky News executive Nick Pollard is to lead the BBC's independent review into the matter while former High Court judge Dame Janet Smith will lead a second examination into the "culture and practices of the BBC" during the years Savile worked there.
Metropolitan Police South East London Area Commander Neil Basu said "human error" was to blame for the protracted search and conceded mistakes were made during the second examination of the property.

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