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scrutator (noun) – A person who examines or scrutinises.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : English scrutator comes straight from the Latin noun scr?t?tor ?searcher (after something or someone hidden),? a derivative of the verb scr?t?r?? to probe, examine closely,? originally ?to sort through rags.? Scr?t?r? itself is a derivative of the (neuter plural) noun scr?ta ?discarded items, junk.? Scrutator entered English in the late 16th century.

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