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The Examiner was a British newspaper published from 1808 to 1886.
Examiner or The Examiner can also refer to:
- The Examiner (1710–1714), an early 18th-century journal with contributions by Jonathan Swift
- The Examiner (1808–86), a weekly paper founded by Leigh and John Hunt in the United Kingdom in 1808
- The Examiner (Beaumont), a weekly paper in Beaumont, Texas
- The Examiner (Brooklyn), a Jewish weekly published from 1955 to 1956
- The Examiner (Independence), a newspaper in Independence, Missouri
- The Examiner (Tasmania) in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
- The Examiner (Toronto), a newspaper founded by Francis Hincks
- The Daily Examiner, local newspaper in Grafton, New South Wales, Australia
- The Huddersfield Daily Examiner, a local newspaper in Huddersfield, Yorkshire
- The Irish Examiner in Cork, Ireland
- The IT Examiner, an information technology magazine based in India
- The Examiner, a morning newspaper merged into the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner in 1962
- The Westmount Examiner, a newspaper in Westmount, Quebec, Canada
- Several publications owned by Clarity Media Group:
- Examiner.com, a network of websites publishing articles by citizen journalists
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