Recent Examples of inspector from the Web
The clash followed Tuesday's appearance of a 5-minute video posted by a former police inspector who allegedly stole a helicopter and fired on two government buildings last week.
The complaint came after the Public Service Commission, which oversees pipelines, was notified by a third-party inspector that pipeline crews last October had diverted construction of the pipeline around Native American artifacts.
Evisceration is the portion of chicken processing that the line speed deals with, as workers and inspectors monitor the machines and chickens coming through.
Muneer Ahmed Khan, the police inspector general in the Kashmir region, said hundreds of people gathered near the scene on Saturday and tried to disrupt the operation, possibly to help the militants escape.
Norman Bettison, an inspector in the South Yorkshire force at the time, faces four counts of misconduct in a public office for allegedly lying about the disaster and its aftermath.
CBP has implemented additional safety procedures for its inspectors.
One of them was Gennady Onishchenko, who has become widely known for recommending bans on food products from countries that had offended the Russian leadership during his time as chief sanitary inspector.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from four high-rises in north London after inspectors found fire-safety problems, including faulty fire doors.
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First Known Use of inspector
INSPECTOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inspector for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to inspect something
: a police officer who is in charge of several police departments
Legal Definition of inspector
1 : a person employed or authorized to inspect something
2 : a police officer in charge of a number of precincts and ranking below a superintendent or deputy superintendent
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