Examples of supervision in a Sentence
Young children need constant supervision.
She's responsible for the supervision of a large staff.
Recent Examples of supervision from the Web
Amid the finger-pointing, Bank of Italy banking supervision chief Carmelo Barbagallo told Parliament on Thursday that bad management at Popolare Vicenza and Veneto Banca was to blame for their near-failure and the need for a government rescue.
His term also straddled the period when the ECB took over supervision of the eurozone’s largest banks—a handover that at times cast the Bank of Italy in poor light.
Two showed signs of learning and developmental disabilities, records shows, and all had been raised until then in a chaotic home with little adult supervision.
But their powers were limited, subject to supervision from the center (the ministry of internal affairs).
Der-Yeghiayan also ordered that Tounisi will be subject to lifetime supervision once released, including close monitoring of his internet use.
The latest is a round of ridiculous and counterproductive attacks by Trump on Senate Foreign Relations Chair Bob Corker, who responded with his own broadsides at an unstable president lacking adult supervision.
Yetter's articles included a story about a 20-month-old boy under the supervision of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services who died after ingesting drain cleaner.
There's potential for a concussion, wrist or neck injuries when students are performing these acts without proper supervision.
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First Known Use of supervision
Synonymscare, charge, guidance, headship, oversight, regulation, stewardship, superintendence, superintendency, surveillance
Related Wordsmonitoring, observance, observation, observing, policing; administration, control, direction, generalship, hand (s), management, running; leadership, piloting, shepherding, steering; government, reign, rule; aegis (also egis), auspices, guardianship, protection, trusteeship, tutelage
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