Definition of Spot-check
1. Verb. Pick out random samples for examination in order to ensure high quality.
Derivative terms: Spot Check
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Literary usage of Spot-check
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1. Measuring Childcare Practices: Approaches, Indicators, and Implications for by Marie T. Ruel, Mary Arimond (2003)
"A summary of studies that have used spot-check observational methods is presented in ... Our own experience with spot-check observations to measure hygiene ..."
2. Financial Management: Control Weaknesses Limited Customs’ Ability to Ensure by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"Provide more detailed guidance on the use of spot check worksheets so that they will ... The Office of Inspection and Control will draft a new spot check ..."
3. An Adventure of Great Dimension: The Launching of the Chicago Assyrian by Erica Reiner (2002)
"... exaggerates trifles by turning them into crimes, and who is blind to the achievements. (2) WH^Uy oro check of J.'s 'spot-check' yielded the following ..."
4. Recovering Correctional Costs Through Offender Fees by Dale Parent (1994)
"Audits by the DOC Inspector General are less frequent and are done on a "spot check" basis. However, if a spot check turns up a problem, ..."
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