examine closely

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Hence it is to be remarked that, in seizing a state, the usurper ought to examine closely into all those injuries which it is necessary for him to inflict, and to do them all at one stroke so as not to have to repeat them daily; and thus by not unsettling men he will be able to reassure them, and win them to himself by benefits.
Not accustomed, as the doctors are, to examine closely the mangled remains of human beings, he had been shocked by the sight disclosed to his view when a waterproof sheet had been lifted off a table in a certain apartment of the hospital.
He highlighted the importance of firms preparations for MiFID II, the completion of Capital Markets Union and noted that the Central Bank continues to examine closely the proposals for the future of the European Supervisory Authorities.
There needs to be, however, another book or series of articles that really examine closely what to do with all the hardware and software systems to really make a difference in teaching and learning.
Particularly in light of the Uber judgement, courts and tribunals will examine closely the exact nature of the working relationship between the parties.
The Kuwaiti delegation's visit is an opportunity for the lawmakers to examine closely parliamentary and presidential elections, currently held following recent troubles when some Comorian islands expressed desire to secede.
MPs must examine closely May's bid to allow the police to hack into phones and laptops.
This tragic disaster, happening as it did when the government has demonstrated its willingness to accommodate the aspirations of the Moro people underscores deeply the need to examine closely the security implications of any final agreement with any armed rebel group like the MILF," said retired Lieutenant General Edilberto Adan, chairman and president of the Association of General and Flag Officers Inc.
Companies need to examine closely their processes and procedures, particularly if they have acquired a business, grown rapidly or if they made changes to employment policies during the recession, such as employing more people on temporary or self-employed contracts.
It is time to examine closely how potential voters might be engaged, from the bottom up.
Before putting the slave to work, examine closely the interior surface of the trigger (#23) for recesses into which the legs of the spring might fit in order to tension it.
The proposed $48 billion merger of EADS and BAE Systems raises "national security questions" that regulators should examine closely, said Dennis Muilenburg, CEO of Boeing's defense operations.