interobserver

observer

[uhb-zur-ver]
noun
1.
someone or something that observes.
2.
a delegate to an assembly or gathering, who is sent to observe and report but not to take part officially in its activities.
3.
U.S. Air force.
a.
a member of an aircrew, other than the pilot, holding an aeronautical rating.
b.
a person who maintains observation in an aircraft during flight.
4.
Also called air observer, aircraft observer. U.S. Army. a person who serves in an aircraft as a reconnoiterer and directs artillery fire.

Origin:
1545–55; observe + -er1

observership, noun
interobserver, noun
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observer (əbˈzɜːvə)
 
n
1.  a person or thing that observes
2.  a person who attends a conference solely to note the proceedings
3.  a person trained to identify aircraft, esp, formerly, a member of an aircrew

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observer
1550s, "one who keeps a rule, custom, etc.," from observe. Meaning "one who watches and takes notice" is from 1580s; this is the sense of the word in many newspaper names.
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