under review

idiom

: being officially examined
The policy is under review.

Examples of under review in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web At the beginning of last month, Cruise submitted responses to the California DMV to reinstate its permit, though the DMV told Fortune those are still under review. Jessica Mathews, Fortune, 16 May 2024 Police said the woman was arrested and potential charges are under review by the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office. Elliot Hughes, Journal Sentinel, 13 May 2024 Caltrans rejected a grant application in 2023; a grant this year is still under review. Ariane Lange, Sacramento Bee, 9 May 2024 Students at Rutgers University in New Jersey agree to end their protest peacefully and the university says their request for a divestment is under review. Nadine El-Bawab, ABC News, 4 May 2024 Now the incident is under review. Feb. 28, 2023 The Judicial Council found that Benitez, a President George W. Bush nominee who has served as a district judge since 2004, violated several parts of the rules governing the conduct of federal judges. Alex Riggins, San Diego Union-Tribune, 1 May 2024 The 17 ballots under review either arrived without postmark dates that showed whether they were sent on or before Election Day or with dates that were illegible. Harriet Blair Rowan, The Mercury News, 30 Apr. 2024 Two of those Israel Defense Forces units will continue to receive U.S. military assistance after accountability measures by the Israeli government, but whether the third IDF unit will face restrictions of U.S. military aid is still under review, according to the letter. Abigail Williams, NBC News, 26 Apr. 2024 Already, at least 23 ballots that were not originally counted are now under review — suggesting that, as expected, the recount is likely to break the tie. Mercury News & East Bay Times Editorial Boards, The Mercury News, 19 Apr. 2024

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“Under review.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/under%20review. Accessed 26 May. 2024.

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