scrutiny

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  • Elected officials too were subject to review before holding office and scrutiny after office.
  • But now they bring increased scrutiny to themselves for continuing to do so.
  • To avoid media scrutiny, she finished high school through independent study.
  • Our united scrutinies discovered no figure which could have been that of the Chinese doctor. Cited from The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu, by Sax Rohmer
  • The deal will face regulatory scrutiny and likely will take more than one year to complete.
  • In some cases, the process of preparation rather than the food itself was under scrutiny.
  • Public scrutiny can result in a negative financial, political, legal and government impact.
  • The series began at a time when violence on television was under intense scrutiny.
  • For a team sport, baseball places individual players under unusual scrutiny and pressure.
  • In contrast to prior operations, minimum force was used under full public scrutiny.
  • James' clutch play has been the subject of much scrutiny throughout his career.
  • However, these theories are without historical basis and do not stand up to scrutiny.
  • To date the contents have still not been made public for independent scrutiny.
  • However, it is important to note that this mechanism has been under great scrutiny.
  • A total of four scrutinies are taken each day, two in the morning and two in the afternoon.
  • Despite his young age, his performances came under greater scrutiny due to his increased involvement in the first team.
  • Some other residents have also complained that the process has not been subject to enough public scrutiny.
  • Christianity Today has faced scrutiny over a number of issues in the recent years.
  • Scrutiny is now the only approved method for the election of a new pope.
  • Most of the source material has not yet been subjected to scientific scrutiny.
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Words starting with scrutiny

Meaning of scrutiny

  • noun A prolonged intense look