What is examiner?

  • (noun): An investigator who observes carefully.
    Example: "The examiner searched for clues"
    Synonyms: inspector
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Examiner

The Examiner was a weekly paper founded by Leigh and John Hunt in 1808. For the first fifty years it was a leading intellectual journal expounding radical principles, but from 1865 it repeatedly changed hands and political allegiance, resulting in a rapid decline in readership and loss of purpose.

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Charles Hadfield (journalist)
1862, he became connected with the commercial department of the Manchester Examiner and Times ... Herald, and then took the editorship and management of the Warrington Examiner and other papers connected with it, including the Mid-Cheshire Examiner ...
The San Francisco Examiner - History - 21st Century - Anschutz Acquisition
... On February 19, 2004, the Fang family sold the Examiner and its printing plant, together with the two Independent newspapers, to Philip Anschutz of Denver, Colorado ... Clarity Media Group, launched The Washington Examiner in 2005 and published The Baltimore Examiner 2006-2009 ... In 2006, Anschutz donated the archives of the Examiner to the University of California, Berkeley Bancroft Library, the largest gift ever to the library ...
The Daily Examiner - History
... The Clarence and Richmond Examiner was ostensibly launched in 1859 by William Edward Vincent ... the new century when the tri-weekly Clarence and Richmond Examiner was converted into a daily on July 1, 1915, "to keep public issues constantly before the minds of the people" ... surgeon Earle Page, later a caretaker Prime Minister, was a major boardroom influence on The Examiner as it continued to champion the New England New State proposal, a hydro-electric ...
The Examiner (Beaumont)
... The Examiner is an investigative weekly newspaper based in Beaumont, Texas published by the Examiner Corporation ... The Examiner is best known locally for exposing corruption within Jefferson, Hardin and Orange counties, as well as numerous investigations which have resulted in more than a dozen public officials and local ...
Examiner - Later Times
... political commentator since 1826, took over the Examiner in 1830, serving as editor until 1847 ... The Examiner's reputation was undermined when the new owner, William McCullagh Torrens, halved the price of the publication in 1867 ... in the 1870s under the editorship of William Minto, The Examiner was repeatedly sold until the final edition appeared in February 1881 ...

More definitions of "examiner":

  • (noun): Someone who administers a test to determine your qualifications.
    Synonyms: tester, quizzer