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1. a member of the teaching staff of any of certain universities having the duties of enforcing discipline
2. US (in a college or university) a supervisor or monitor who invigilates examinations, enforces discipline, etc.
3. (formerly) an agent, esp one engaged to conduct another's case in a court
4. (formerly) an agent employed to collect tithes
5. Church of England one of the elected representatives of the clergy in Convocation and the General Synod
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Meanwhile, senior military commanders headed by Defense Minister invigilate the plan's execution.
But host states also have mechanisms to invigilate the process.
A teacher went to 16-year-old Jamie Bird's home to invigilate, while the teen ploughed through his maths paper under extraordinary conditions.
New Delhi, August 11 (ANI): Primary school students were recently asked to invigilate an exam for public security, procuratorial, and judicial workers in China.
But faced with opposition from the union of secondary school teachers OELMEK, threatening not to invigilate the Modern Greek exam coming up next week, the Cabinet decided to postpone implementation of the GCE admissions until the next academic year.
Now they may refuse to prepare or invigilate for the exams next year.
This is where 'form' directly determines 'meaning', and spatial coordinates elicit mental states: let us not forget that Bentham's Panopticon (as depicted in Foucault's Discipline and Punish) is a prison structure designed not merely to contain and invigilate, but equally to degrade, subdue, mold--it is both a cognitive construct and an affective one.
A lecturer has agreed to invigilate the exam for us at an earlier time, but it's up to the school at the end of the day.
Each year, Midlands Co-op's qualified in-house trainers design, deliver courses and invigilate examinations for the National Certificate for Personal License Holders, and its examination results are well above the national average.
At least that used to be the case, until 2001 when the Spanish government invested [euro]120m in a sophisticated electronic detection system, called SIVE to invigilate the waterway.
The subjectivist mind, for whom knowledge is protocol not property and which: is prepared to risk making foolish mistakes and the consequent public opprobrium, knows articulately or otherwise that there is no method for knowing the truth and for knowing oneself or other minds, since such knowledge takes place as it were in the very forefront of our consciousness and leaves out no part of us which can sit back and invigilate the proceedings.
Volunteers were also sought to help the production team set up and to invigilate over the weekend.