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double-check

Chess a simultaneous check from two pieces brought about by moving one piece to give check and thereby revealing a second check from another piece
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Suhoski indicated Sturbridge does have some provisions for double-checks, but they depend on the circumstances and aren't routinely used.
The vast majority of information stored at Companies House will be correct but identity theft is now such a problem that anyone using material from there, who spots anything outside what might be regarded as a normal pattern, would do well to double-check the details.
Professional staff members then edit and double-check the work before it goes to print.
Double-check to make sure all hoses are connected, then refill the hydraulic reservoir.
With the technology, the nurse can avoid having to backtrack to wherever the paper medical charts are kept to double-check, saving a lot of time.
We double-check our material carefully, but Spacey's name got through.
Reject Tip: Preparation software should address, but double-check math.
To address these issues, organizations must not only be able to prevent thieves from gaining access to systems but also have the ability to double-check user identity for high-risk transactions.
Sometimes when I'm dealing with a long, complex formula in Excel, and my answer doesn't look right, I double-check the formula.