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|1.||'Shall we check it again?' 'Yes, let's.'||1|
|2.||"A successful fight on Apple's high-profit home turf can simultaneously help to revitalise Nokia's margins and help put a check on Apple's surging growth, " said Mawston.||1|
|3.||"Because it's built directly into the Android system, you can check in and explore without even firing up the application, " Foursquare wrote on the company blog.||1|
|4.||"I know how you like birds, " she said as she stood looking down at my guilt-ridden face. "Here is that field guide about birds that you are constantly checking out.||1|
|5.||"I'll put patients on Meridia—but I'll check their blood pressure once or twice a month, " says Michael Steelman, M.D., a spokesperson for the ASBP.||1|
|6.||"It's a checkup for the deep ocean, " says Knap.||1|
|7.||"Perhaps you could check the book?" Moira said helpfully.||1|
|8.||"Sirte is becoming a ghost town, " said resident Salim Omar as he passed a checkpoint manned by revolutionary forces on the city's western outskirts.||1|
|9.||"While the head and the heart may be better, I don't think that has extended to the hand writing the checks, " he said.||1|
|10.||820 study participants were drawn from adults aged 25 to 65 who came into their local HMO office for a routine check-up.||0|
|11.||820 study participants were drawn from adults aged 25 to 65 who came into their local HMO office for a routine check-up. This website||0|
|12.||A : All right. Please fill in this memo for traveller's checks.||1|
|13.||A : check this out, man. It's a Jimi Hendrix model commemorative guitar - limited edition!||1|
|14.||A : check this out, man. My uncle gave me this crotch - rocket as a birthday present.||1|
|15.||A . FXCM UK provides for bank wire, debit card, credit card, and check deposits and withdrawals.||1|
|16.||A $ 25 fine check returned for insufficient funds will be charged to the tenant.||1|
|17.||A background check is normally a preliminary to a presidential appointment.||1|
|18.||A bank check insufficient funds to take advantage of the time interval required for collection.||1|
|19.||A basic check up will go up from ￡3.75 to ￡7.50.||1|
|20.||A benefit checking system for the Industrial and Commercial Bank of YiLi in Sinkiang is proudced in this research using full cost managing and operation managing.||1|
|21.||A binary check digit; for example, a parity bit.||1|
|22.||A bounced check will cost you $25 or more, to say nothing of your credit rating.||1|
|23.||A breeder checks on the health status of conserved maize germplasm in Ibadan, Nigeria.||1|
|24.||A bridge on the M50 motorway was closed last month when engineers carrying out checks spotted cracks in the metalwork.||1|
|25.||A buildings cost chart and a room-by-room contents check list are printed overleaf for your assistance.||1|
|26.||A cat and the occasional use of warfarin keep the rats and mice more or less in check.||1|
|27.||A Champagne check-in, spectacular views of the Charles River and a concierge that lends handcuffs inspire surrender at the Liberty Hotel.||0|
|28.||A character parity check as well as a block check to detect errors.||2|
|29.||A check box is toggled by pressing the spacebar.||1|
|30.||A check digit is a method of verifying the accuracy of a single data item, such as a credit card number.||1|
checks (third person present) · checked (past tense) · checked (past participle) · checking (present participle)
- examine (something) in order to determine its accuracy, quality, or condition, or to detect the presence of something.
- stop or slow down the progress of (something undesirable).
- mark or click on (a box) in order to select a particular option on a form, questionnaire, etc..
- (in poker) choose not to make a bet when called upon, allowing the action to move to another player.
- (of a hound) pause to make sure of or regain a scent.
checks (plural noun) · baggage check (noun) · baggage checks (plural noun) · baggage (noun) · luggage check (noun) · luggage checks (plural noun) · check mark (noun) · check marks (plural noun)
- an examination to test or ascertain accuracy, quality, or satisfactory condition.
- a stopping or slowing of progress.
- a written order to a bank to pay a stated sum from the drawer's account.
- a token of identification for left luggage.
- a counter used as a stake in a gambling game.
- a part of a piano that catches the hammer and prevents it from retouching the strings.
- a crack or flaw in timber.
checks (plural noun)
- used by a chess player to announce that the opponent's king has been placed in check.
- a pattern of small squares.
- having a pattern of small squares.
- British spelling of check.