invigilate, monitor, overlook, oversee, control, enforce
: Professor Burns will be invigilating over the final examinations to ensure that the students do not cheat.
: The camp monitors look after the children during the night, when the teachers are asleep.
*: And oft, mild friend, to me thou art
*: A monitor, though still;
*: Thou speakst a lesson to my heart,
*: Beyond the preachers skill.
: The information flashed up on the monitor.
: a machine code monitor
*: So, as she did not like the masters to be prying about the play-ground out of school, she chose from among the biggest and most trustworthy of her pupils five monitors, who had authority over the rest of the Boys, and kept the unruly ones in order.
*: But it was not so—at least, not always—for though they fell out among themselves, they united their forces against the common enemy—the monitors!
*: You need not be a monitor to the king.
*: Monitoring refers to keeping a watch over patients to ensure that they are practising what they have learnt about disability prevention correctly.
*: During July 1989-February 1990 ambient SO2, was monitored using a mobile station in the residential-commercial neighborhood of Copacabana.
*: A wide-area distributed system such as a Grid requires that a broad range of data be monitored and collected for a variety of tasks such as fault detection and performance monitoring, analysis, prediction and tuning.
: to overlook a valley from a hill
: to overlook a gang of laborers; to overlook one who is writing a letter
: It is congresss duty to oversee the spending of federal funds.
: Gamekeepers oversee a hunting ground to see to the wildlifes welfare and look for poachers.
*: Thereat the Elfe did blush in priuitee, / And turnd his face away; but she the same / Dissembled faire, and faynd to ouersee.
: ux|en|With a simple remote, he could control the toy truck.
: ux|en|The government has complete control over the situation.
*: She had no control of her body as she tumbled downhill. She did not know up from down. It was not unlike being cartwheeled in a relentlessly crashing wave.
*: I pray you enforce youreselff at that justis that ye may be beste, for my love.
: The victim was able to enforce his evidence against the alleged perpetrator.
*: Uladislaus the Second, King of Poland, and Peter Dunnius, Earl of Shrine...had been hunting late, and were enforced to lodge in a poor cottage.
*: In a few minutes I was stealthily groping my way down my own staircase, with a box of matches in my hand, enforced by scientific curiosity, but none the less armed with a stick.
: The police are there to enforce the law.
: to enforce a passage
*: enforcing furious way
*: As swift as stones / Enforced from the old Assyrian slings.
: to enforce arguments or requests
*: enforcing sentiment of the thrust humanity
*: Enforce him with his envy to the people.