How To Use Scrutiny In A Sentence

  • One might be optimistic and say that, given it's their job to judge a book by the words on the page rather than by the stushie surrounding it, one can expect them to be more concentrated in the category of detached shruggers; one can expect a higher standard of scrutiny, surely. Hype Hype Hoorah!
  • The scrutiny is really high and people are so invested in it. The Sun
  • The excruciating embarrassment of finding one's personal peccadillos exposed to public scrutiny makes kiss-and-tell the perfect vengeance-fodder.
  • It was a move sure to receive minute scrutiny in Brussels. Times, Sunday Times
  • The birthers may have reached and passed their peak, though, thanks to the scrutiny, the derisive laughter, and the backlash from the overkill on the part of the wingnuts in the mainstream media like Lou Dobbs. That Settles That
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  • Existing foreign ownership of critical infrastructure will also be subject to fresh scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • And in this scrutiny and disapproval my issues with class and otherness have resurfaced, again in relation to an academic environment.
  • Careful scrutiny of the company's accounts revealed a whole series of errors.
  • It can therefore pay to subject your verbal presentation to some extremely critical scrutiny before it reaches its final destination.
  • Her argument doesn't really stand up to scrutiny.
  • They would know that their statements are going to be subject to widespread scrutiny, rather than just skewed media scandalmongering.
  • But Eddie's audacious comments about penalty do not stand up to scrutiny.
  • Buildings of historic importance can be sold, but new owners cannot make substantive changes to them without serious scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • So, on any test of scrutiny or deference, there is no arguable reason for suggesting that this point of the claimant makes the determination assailable.
  • There are growing concerns about a lack of scrutiny and measurement of voluntourism, as more commercial tour operators enter what was previously the realm of non-profit organisations.
  • Tellingly, commercial shipping appears not to receive the same degree of attention or scrutiny.
  • I had a feeling that his logic would not bear close scrutiny but was too numb to argue with the ancient greenkeeper.
  • (T) he policy shift by Wells Fargo follows others over the last two years, including moves by Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Citibank, to increase scrutiny of lending to companies involved in mountaintop removal -- or to end the lending altogether. William S. Becker: Climate Action: Part 2 - Down to Business
  • Benjamin's scrutiny of Matisse is thus complex, shifting, and polyvalent, while at times even seeming to work against his own claims.
  • I can best describe this book as a series of masterclasses at which we are, mercifully, not required to put our executant talents under scrutiny.
  • But he could come under video scrutiny after elbowing another player in the head during the final quarter.
  • Of course, it is not just audit regulation that has been under scrutiny in 1992.
  • The scrutiny board is also looking for ideas on possible events and activities linked to the rivers.
  • After a week when racing has come under scrutiny over trainers allegedly cheating, two rank outsiders made a mockery of the conspiracy theories yesterday.
  • The proposals were first floated in a report produced by a council-led scrutiny inquiry into gypsies and travellers and were revealed in the Daily Echo in October.
  • A presidential nominee should expect scrutiny, it argued. Times, Sunday Times
  • Any objective scrutiny of the list of banned organisations makes a mockery of this last assertion.
  • He was being presented to Joe - that much was clear - for the old man's scrutiny, his seal of approval. AMAGANSETT
  • The chaplains suing the Navy say the Chaplain Corps has run without scrutiny for years.
  • The probe comes amid intensifying global scrutiny of corruption and bribery in the so-called extractive industries that generate raw materials. U.S. Joins in Kickbacks Probe of Sojitz
  • The accusation that the king aimed at increasing the royal prerogative or deliberately connived at secret influence will not bear scrutiny.
  • The potential concentration of those activities might also prompt antitrust regulators to give any merger close scrutiny, Threlfall said.
  • Internal uncertainty and external scrutiny are constant companions. Times, Sunday Times
  • Campaigners say the execution process is designed to avoid scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • I had to fly in four different planes for 30 hours almost non-stop, squashed in economy class, the trip ending in Slovakia under the tight scrutiny of heavily armed troops.
  • She is slowly becoming accustomed to the public scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yes, indeed; sometimes when we see them walking down the street it is impossible for us to tell, without indelicate scrutiny, who is a boy and who is a girl.
  • The scrutiny of the three Swiss branches of the Israeli banks is at an early stage and has not reached the level of that of Credit Suisse, which received a target letter from the Justice Department in July, or of HSBC Holdings, a major European bank, and Basler Kantonalbank, a Swiss cantonal bank, said the people briefed on the matter. Exclusive: U.S. tax-evasion probe turns to Israeli banks
  • From here, the scrutiny be intense. The Sun
  • The scrutiny committee produced a report in February which condemned litterbugs and said that cleaning could be improved in residential areas outside the city centre.
  • In short, the reforms were an effort to bring under scrutiny the activities of all Government ministries and departments through the supreme law making body of the country, Parliament.
  • Upon scrutiny, the lyrics of their chants did suggest a certain "outsider" quality. AEI, AEI, Oh - Swampland - TIME.com
  • This totally incompetent woman, is good at cacooning herself from public scrutiny, makes herself unavailable to public questioning, yet she gratuitously offers her opinions without submitting herself to vetting. cmb Palin to visit Fort Hood during book tour
  • The Zeta Affair was the latest in a long line of bowing to whoever holds the power and secretly keeping these dirty dealings away from public scrutiny.
  • He was a one-man operation and so it was easier for him to evade scrutiny.
  • Medium-sized businesses, those with turnovers of $50 million or more, will also face increased scrutiny.
  • Allegations of misconduct against nurses and midwives will no longer be made available for public scrutiny before disciplinary hearings, the industry watchdog has said. Times, Sunday Times
  • Land ownership and the life of indigenous communities is also receiving detailed scrutiny.
  • The scrutiny on the hit will make it too draconian for some. Times, Sunday Times
  • That is, purposeful inquiry requires some prior interest in the topic under scrutiny.
  • However, so long as such activities are open and transparent, they will be subject to public scrutiny.
  • His private life came under media scrutiny.
  • I feel we ought to at least appear co-operative to minimise the scrutiny about the complaints.
  • The scrutiny is really high and people are so invested in it. The Sun
  • To carry on that wise injunction, we have to engage in a process of self-reflection that unavoidably opens up to scrutiny the dialectic processes between self and context and contexts of contexts.
  • After five days of intense scrutiny, he did not care a jot. Times, Sunday Times
  • Each process had to undergo careful scrutiny by the Environmental Health Department, and the cooks had to pass medical tests.
  • But deciding that people from that country should be subjected to heightened scrutiny at our domestic checkpoints … that seems to fall into the arena of debatably reasonable policy. Matthew Yglesias » Profiling Lite
  • Appointments to non-departmental bodies like quangos are subject to the scrutiny of the Public Appointments Commission.
  • We were plagued by unannounced visits, scrutiny of our cleaning methods and numerous viewings. Times, Sunday Times
  • Scrutiny of last season reveals a snowball that grew into an avalanche of problems.
  • Both men were hit by debris from accidents and Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix will be under close scrutiny.
  • But whenever coaches buck conventional wisdom, they face intense scrutiny from reporters and fans.
  • Now he appears to be the subject of close scrutiny from insurers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nevertheless, it is still open to question whether these arrangements are an adequate substitute for parliamentary scrutiny.
  • THERE isn't a player who is linked with any club these days who isn't first subjected to a seemingly endless scrutiny on message boards and radio phone-in shows.
  • Or, at least, our perception of it did, thanks to Galileo Galilei's scrutiny of the night sky with a telescope.
  • Nomura has bolstered its compliance system since being implicated in a scandal involving "sokaiya" corporate racketeers in 1997, but the latest incident will put its internal information-control system under intense scrutiny. Pre-Parsing
  • a narrow scrutiny
  • The documents should be available for public scrutiny.
  • Campaigners criticised the intense scrutiny of the woman. Times, Sunday Times
  • The accusation that the king aimed at increasing the royal prerogative or deliberately connived at secret influence will not bear scrutiny.
  • There will be no dividends this year, and future payouts will be subject to government scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is no external scrutiny of their use, no limit on the length of time a detainee can spend there, and no way for detainees to appeal against their confinement.
  • Â The family watches boyfriend Matt with careful scrutiny and the scene is deliberately set up for them to enjoy his obvious discomfort, which seems a bit mean as he and Astra teleport into a ridiculously complex and beautiful Kirby-esque skyscape filled with planets and dots and fooferaw. Review: Astro City - Astra Special #1 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News
  • There's a few sweeping statements in there that would not stand up to scrutiny.
  • Fourth, public access to criminal proceedings serves as a check on corrupt practices by exposing the judicial process to public scrutiny, thus discouraging decisions based on secret bias or partiality.
  • A different picture emerges: the US has tended to circumscribe IP rights and subject them to more aggressive antitrust scrutiny than the EU. IPSC: final plenary
  • To back up its powers of scrutiny it can compel witnesses to provide information, freeze assets, suspend trustees and, in the final resort, dissolve a charity.
  • The issue was subjected to acute scrutiny following the case of Baby Peter, the 17-month-old boy in Haringey who died as a result of abuse. Abused children 'at greater risk' after U-turn on court fees
  • Other banks are expected to come under increased regulatory scrutiny in coming months. Times, Sunday Times
  • This time, when his glance slid over her, his scrutiny was compounded of interest and a totally male appreciation.
  • The party is continuing its election post-mortem, and one area under scrutiny is its media policy.
  • Whether the Blair government's new law withstands judicial scrutiny remains to be seen.
  • The company has come under intense scrutiny because of its environmental record.
  • One aspect of the newly-passed FISA law that deserves a bit of extra scrutiny is the amount of pressure it puts on “minimization procedures,” one of the few points of contact between the surveillance program and the FISA court. Minimize Me!
  • … Yet, so limited is the understanding of the hyperventilating chatterati about parliament, and about how parliamentary scrutiny and accountability should work that they have allowed themselves to fall for this fluff, captured as always by the hystérie du jour, following the agenda set by the MSM. Damien Green is not above the law shock! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • It is one solution, though, that requires ongoing scrutiny, not uncritical acceptance.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans is google-bombing Charles Taylor for Congress. March 2006
  • The company has come under intense scrutiny because of its environmental record.
  • From here, the scrutiny be intense. The Sun
  • This is not a case where the clinical judgment of any person individually or collectively should be subjected to independent scrutiny.
  • Caloric reduction has been under scrutiny for some time as a means to better health and extended longevity.
  • Also, what is so difficult about manually counting counting paper ballots, not an uncommon practice in many sophisticated democracies, where each batch of ballot papers is counted, verified, signed off and subtotals entered into a central register – all done under the scrutiny of public observers and volunteer poll watchers. Firedoglake » Hack the Vote
  • It will do well to escape the controversy of its problematic production, which has raised questions about the scrutiny afforded to public funding of film in Scotland.
  • The focus will now turn to the summer athletes and the pressures of performing under intense national scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • He watched, waited, listened, limiting his replies to terse remarks and subjecting Stephen all the while to an intense, suspicious scrutiny. COMPULSION
  • The question of whether she could once again bear the weight of expectation and public scrutiny were answered last season.
  • It's a bellwether stock and always under scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • The proposals will prompt accusations that voters are being asked to bail out political parties, who have tried to hide their millionaire donors from public scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is at least comparatively straightforward to police gambling in this country, where betting is legal and therefore subject to scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • Despite a lack of wind, racing was close and the umpires were given plenty of cause for close scrutiny.
  • He derided the 'euphoric' reaction of observers and news reports nationwide, saying he's 'never seen a superintendent receive less scrutiny than Chancellor [Michelle Rhee].' ... DeMorning DeBonis: July 27, 2010
  • There is still a key opportunity for local authorities to learn the lessons from the national parliamentary mechanisms for scrutiny and accountability.
  • They lived under constant scrutiny - and it turned inwards. Times, Sunday Times
  • That translates as saying that PMQs is not meant to be the bunfight – "scrutiny by screech" – it has been for a generation – "the noise of which makes the vuvuzela trumpets of the South African World Cup appear but distant whispers by comparison," says Bercow. How the Twitter police are keeping Westminster sober
  • On February 26, Thailand's Supreme Court for Political Office Holders found Thaksin guilty of concealing his wealth from public scrutiny during his two-term premiership from 2001 to 2006 and of abusing his power to benefit his family's business empire. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • Legitimate scrutiny, they warned, was being silenced by a single word: 'transphobe'. Times, Sunday Times
  • Public scrutiny had brought civil servants out from the backroom and into the spotlight.
  • In these past two weeks Norway has been the focus of understandably intense scrutiny, and as is typical, the tragic events have been coopted as a means to talk about issues ranging from immigration reform and religious tolerance to gun control and the rise of the European far right. Jake Townsend: Branding Peace: Norway's Identity Put to the Test
  • For years it has clung doggedly to established practices and conventions, some of which pass no scrutiny by modern society. Times, Sunday Times
  • His characteristic attitude is one of close scrutiny and interrogation; he puts his documents on the rack, as it were.
  • The committee was also privy to Cabinet papers that had traversed the issue with a lot of scrutiny.
  • Hucksterbee's own beliefs, like that dinosaurs and people were cotemporaneous and that God created the Earth 8,000 years ago, should next come under scrutiny. Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Huckabee: "Don't Mormons Believe That Jesus And The Devil Are Brothers?"
  • It is thought likely that the council will consider the matter through one of its scrutiny committees or through its executive.
  • The Supreme Court has distinguished the regulation of radio spectrum from the regulation of printing presses, and applied more lenient scrutiny to the regulation of spectrum, based on its conclusion that the spectrum is unusually scarce. Boing Boing: April 20, 2003 - April 26, 2003 Archives
  • As the company switches to a listing on the London Stock Exchange, its performance will come under even closer scrutiny.
  • a moral scrutiny
  • They are keeping quiet until their products are really ready to bear scrutiny.
  • The focus will now turn to the summer athletes and the pressures of performing under intense national scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • Until the foreclosure problem is resolved, be prepared for extra delays and scrutiny from your lender, the title examiner and the title insurance company. Thorny foreclosure questions
  • The license fee, which is levied on every British household with a television and generates most of the BBC's funding, is under scrutiny by competitors who have long complained that the fee is an anticompetitive tax.
  • Under the guise of "helping" Santorum, saying the candidate would inevitably face scrutiny and be "demonized", O'Reilly pressed him on what he called his "extreme" positions. Republican candidates target New Hampshire – Thursday 6 January
  • Hah! then I see the 'podex of your gnat Is trumpet-fashion'd — Oh! the blessings on him For this discovery; well may he escape The law's strict scrutiny, who thus dev elopes* Comedies. Translated into English, with notes [by Richard Cumberland and others]
  • These concerns seem rooted in the hope that the nonidentity problem can be addressed within the scope of a person-affecting approach without taking the extreme step of denying that the acts under scrutiny in the nonidentity cases are wrong. The Nonidentity Problem
  • They would not stand scrutiny because they are based neither on provable fact nor serious evidence.
  • For a group that had been described as reclusive, the Touch had been strangely willing to endure scrutiny by a total stranger. Blood Test
  • The scrutiny on the hit will make it too draconian for some. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is coupled with strong incentives operating within the scientific community to subject new results to searching scrutiny.
  • From here, the scrutiny be intense. The Sun
  • Characters who do achieve godlike powers are subjected to ruthless scrutiny.
  • I have received the lion's share of unfavourable media attention and felt the heat of public scrutiny for two weeks.
  • The company has come under intense scrutiny because of its environmental record.
  • After five days of intense scrutiny, he did not care a jot. Times, Sunday Times
  • During his first season with the Cowboys, Curry cooperated with reporters seeking to tell his salacious story and didn't hide from scrutiny.
  • He attacked the bank for requesting a recharter while opposing the kind of scrutiny needed to justify voting for it. A Country of Vast Designs
  • Interpretations of that film run the gamut from a coming of age-story, to a healing of maternal bonds, to a scrutiny of the zeal behind technological advancement, and it goes on & on. Accessibility, Accessibility, Accessibility
  • I found Grey's silent scrutiny unsettling, too, and tried to turn the talk to home topics, but the lads didn't care for the great crusade against smoking, or the state of the Thames, or the Jews in Parliament; 8; 'they wanted the blood of Cawnpore and the thunder of Lucknow, and it was a relief when Grey sent them packing, and suggested we take our cigars on the veranda. THE NUMBERS
  • Campaigners criticised the intense scrutiny of the woman. Times, Sunday Times
  • Time was ineffably precious -- there was every reason to suspect Yankee guile, which is said to be nowhere more fertilely exhibited than in their conduct of the blockade; but it was deemed possible, after careful scrutiny, that the vessel might be on fire. Running the Blockade into the Port of Wilmington, North Carolina
  • Feeling stressed, overstretched and not in control are the main contributory factors to female weight loss, and these particular women are under more or less constant scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • All of that glamour wilts under the scrutiny of tough-minded business analysis.
  • Nevertheless, while many administrative shortcomings have been identified, the scrutiny technique does have inherent limitations.
  • Other banks are expected to come under increased regulatory scrutiny in coming months. Times, Sunday Times
  • Senator Obama has shown himself to be the embodiment of a solar radiometer: The more heat and light (scrutiny) he gets, the faster he spins. Obama Backlash in His Online Backyard - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • And while Google said it was "mortified" by its discovery, apologized again, and announced some measures to beef up privacy awareness within its ranks, the admission could expose the company to greater global scrutiny, fines and potential lawsuits, experts said. Google 'mortified' that Street View cars scarfed up e-mail, passwords; privacy criticism intensifies
  • Mr. Fitzpatrick said Mr. Grassley's scrutiny, which he described as understandable given the attention paid to potential conflicts of interest in medicine, had led his organization to begin posting on its Web site the names of companies that donate $5,000 or more. undefined
  • Giving hospital patients laxatives and sedatives cries out for scientific scrutiny, to prove that their routine use is not harmful.
  • In his intense scrutiny of the politics adhering to various forms, Benjamin shows a converse sensitivity to initial conditions.
  • If the case holds us upon real scrutiny, it's going to be a dilly.
  • But we look in vain for such passionate exponents of the figure as Fairfield Porter, Bob Thompson, Euan Uglow or Graham Nickson, all of whom, with differing ­degrees of painterliness, created fierce dramas out of concentrated scrutiny of the body. The Analysis Is Skin Deep
  • However, after all, perfect person nearly inexistence , once individual is subjected to media scrutiny, will his reputation tend to be threaten.
  • Even one of the most famous monarchies in England which gave the king almost absolute powers came under scrutiny from some nobles.
  • Sometimes being under scrutiny is no bad thing if it can shame people into being less cruel and vicious. The Sun
  • Any tax evader who comes under scrutiny finally ends up paying penalties though taxmen tended to be careful with VIPs among defaulters for fear of lawsuits.
  • An anonymous AFP writer or editor puts the word "scrutiny" in the title and doesn't even bother to interview any other outside experts in the field about what they might think. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • GOLD And BEN CASSELMAN An oil-drilling procedure called cementing is coming under scrutiny as WN.com - Photown News
  • Re: “the law survives intermediate scrutiny (if the law implicates the core right of self defense athome).” The Volokh Conspiracy » District Court Upholds D.C. Registration Requirement, “Assault Weapon” Ban, Ban on Large-Capacity Magazines
  • Scholars have placed women's participation in associations such as Masonic lodges and salons under an ever-increasing scrutiny.
  • Our activities, our lack of success, is under close scrutiny. THE ENDLESS GAME
  • After five days of intense scrutiny, he did not care a jot. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some unfortunate chemist got caught and made an example of, and the system of scrutiny for science practicals was tightened up til it squeaked.
  • The focus will now turn to the summer athletes and the pressures of performing under intense national scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • I realized I was being subjected to intense scrutiny by a group of children.
  • The scrutiny process as a tight schedule and is in four parts: investigation; action plan; implementation; implementation report.
  • For conservative investors burned by supposedly "safe" investments, the credit crisis and slow-motion market crash hammered home one point: Everything carries some measure of risk, and even the stodgiest-seeming products require scrutiny. There's No Such Thing as a 'Safe' Investment
  • After five days of intense scrutiny, he did not care a jot. Times, Sunday Times
  • So brisk, and blunt, and eager, quite lifting his niece off her feet, and almost crushing her in his embrace, telling her she was still but a hop-o'-my-thumb, and shaking hands with his nephew with a look of scrutiny that brought the blood to the boy's cheek. Hopes and Fears or, scenes from the life of a spinster
  • A label seen all over the world facing scrutiny after a series of safety snafus, some of them deadly. CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2007
  • That would be a good speech from the podium during an election campaign, but certainly does not stand up to scrutiny in this place.
  • Instead of stepping out of the spotlight, she offers herself up for intensive scrutiny, delving into her own foibles and failures with astonishing candour.
  • Thus early, after a few questions and some scrutiny, she had sent her in charge of a gentleman-at-arms and a maid of the Duke's Michel and Angele — Complete
  • This was at a time when police performance was under considerable government scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • Careful scrutiny of the company's accounts revealed a whole series of errors.
  • It's a bellwether stock and always under scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • The proposals will prompt accusations that voters are being asked to bail out political parties, who have tried to hide their millionaire donors from public scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times
  • The issues of Maastricht - single currency, sovereignty and legal structure - deserve thorough scrutiny and a free vote.
  • It is a double whammy that will showcase Brazil's glittering potential and subject it to the glare of global scrutiny. The Sun
  • Highly acquisitive corporates that are purchasing bolt-on companies are under scrutiny.
  • Consumer groups also have called for greater scrutiny of sunscreen ingredients, arguing that some tests suggest that retinyl palmitate, a commonly used ingredient, could actually increase the risk of skin cancer. FDA announces stricter sunscreen rules
  • Ventresca was under intense scrutiny regarding his qualifications for the job.
  • Then it rushed the deal through via an urgency committee which truncated public debate and scrutiny.
  • With the brothers’ assets under scrutiny and their name savaged, David Margolick questions how much guilt they bear. July 2009 Table of Contents
  • Like so many aphoristic cliches, it collapses after a moment's scrutiny.
  • Every thing from the choice of wines to the music in the air to the matchbook cover gets his scrutiny. Jay Weston: Mr. Beverly Hills, Fred Hayman, Honored... and His Biography Is Published
  • At the same time, India shuns international scrutiny and thereby denies international humanitarian access to internally displaced.
  • With estimable discipline, Smith's inquiry anatomizes vocal volume and pitch, yet rhythm receives scant attention and, not surprisingly, scrutiny of poetic meter is wanting.
  • Campaigners criticised the intense scrutiny of the woman. Times, Sunday Times
  • You should be proud of this tradition and instead of pouring opprobrium upon those who wish to highlight the shortfall in the usually high standards of those constabularies, you should be welcoming this scrutiny for a sign of what it is, a reaction to the unusualness of the footage, a reaction of shock at the infrequency that violence towards the public is actually used. Diversity In Action (or ‘inaction’ if you prefer) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • There is so much for us to speak about in this New Year-resolutions, economic prospects, people gorging on land fat, constitutional reform mamaguy in the name of public consultations, ministers who just don't know when the best defence is 'I'm sorry', UNC transformation or potential 'self-mash-up', public scrutiny and female immunity in public life and the list goes on. TrinidadExpress Today's News
  • It will go through all stages today, and there will be no detailed scrutiny in terms of what it does.
  • When August comes around and Bovell more than likely mounts the medal rostrum in Athens, he will find himself under a kind of scrutiny he's never experienced.
  • Also under scrutiny is the sprawl of homes into wilderness areas vulnerable to forest fires. Times, Sunday Times
  • The public cannot be expected to confine its scrutiny of the Utah legal profession to the fortuities of state boundaries.
  • Two particular points in your article do not stand up to any scrutiny.
  • The company has come under intense scrutiny because of its environmental record.
  • It takes courage to open yourself up to scrutiny again. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cozy ties among him, the company, and its board are also coming under scrutiny.
  • So I wrote another cheque that underwent scrutiny for 5 more minutes.
  • If such legislation requires repeal it appears to me that should be done by means of the usual parliamentary process, and subject to scrutiny, and not by the fiat of a minister or an unscrutinized statutory instrument. Archive 2009-03-01

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