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Sentence count:22+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-03Updated:2017-03-03
Similar words: scrutinizescrutinyinscrutablecrutchscrubscrunchcruisescrupulousMeaning: v. 1. to look at critically or searchingly, or in minute detail 2. examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification. 
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1 MPs may lack the necessary expertise to scrutinise legislation effectively.
2 When you have completed the whole exercise, scrutinise it, paying particular attention to your adjectives.
3 M.P.s may lack the necessary expertise to scrutinise it effectively and may lack the necessary independent information. 4.
4 When you scrutinise the text you see everything was there – except, somehow, the passion which, when the president is at his best, flows from the strength of his moral intelligence.
5 The school authorities took no pains to scrutinise these letters, they knew it would be all the same whether we attended or not, so far as educational results were concerned.
6 They scrutinise unusual items and bring a proprietor's conscientious attitude to bear.
7 Comfortingly, regulators who scrutinise the banks'risk - weighted capital say it is stronger than ever.
8 The second European satellite, Herschel, will scrutinise the universe at infra-red wavelengths.
9 The Lords quite freely use their modest powers to scrutinise and amend non-financial bills sent to them by Tories in the Commons.
10 Birds twitter outside the open window as the nuns scrutinise each graph and diligently take notes.
11 To reach conclusions about this kind of question LEAs will need to scrutinise school spending patterns in some detail.
12 But trading standards officers and the Consumers' Association are warning customers to scrutinise the small print.
13 A procurement-policy board, for example, has at last begun to scrutinise all supply contracts for incompetent spending, or worse.
14 I decide to keep silent for awhile, while I scrutinise her aura and retune myself into her wavelength.
15 The Opera group said it hoped the physics community would scrutinise the result and help uncover any flaws in the measurement, or verify it with their own experiments.
16 Here the audience can in the displays ; controlling and scrutinise the at their own leisure.
17 A month earlier he had promised Kraft that the British government would scrutinise a foreign buyer to ensure that "respect" was paid to Cadbury's proud heritage.
18 But given time, the rail will take a lot of wear and tear, and our system will scrutinise every small change at all times.
19 Every quarter the EU, the IMF and the European Central Bank (ECB) scrutinise Greece before releasing the next chunk of money.
20 It is not simply a failure of the United States Patent and Trademark Office to scrutinise applications more rigorously.
21 Now a new study suggests that women might do well to scrutinise the habits of their fathers-in-law for advance warning of their lovers' fidelity.
22 The establishment of a democratically elected global assembly to scrutinise the policies and operation of the new global economic institution.
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