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scrutinize

skrooh tuh nahyz

  • v  to look at critically or searchingly, or in minute detail
    he scrutinized his likeness in the mirror
  • v  examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification

  • Following tax evasion allegations, the Swiss autthorities have agreed to allow tax authorities from other countries to scrutinize the accounts of suspected evaders.
  • PTI's Michael Weisskopf and Adam Zagorin scrutinize Vice President Cheney's stonewalling of the GAO What Should Cheney Do? The Vice President has a number of options, ranging from .
  • Friestad noted that insider trading investigations often scrutinize, and later charge, "family members, friends, college roommates and other social .
News & Articles

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    Racing fans will scrutinize Saturday’s Wood, Santa Anita Derby, and Illinois Derby, plus other major preps next week, but it's likely the Derby picture will not be clearer.
    June 16, 2013 - Daily Racing Form
  • City seeks to reduce IMPD lawsuits
    Indianapolis officials will scrutinize all lawsuits filed against the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department in the last five years to determine how to reduce litigation against the department.
    June 16, 2013 - The Indianapolis Star
  • Crime happens everywhere, despite what your police department tells you
    The public's ability to scrutinize the actions of its police departments and access the records they keep is virtually nil.
    June 16, 2013 - The Express-Times
Quotes

  • Steve Poizner in Portfolio.com (blog)
    I'm hopeful this public disclosure will add additional pressure on insurers to avoid errors,Poizner says. "It will also allow any member of the public to scrutinize these rate filings and will, in the end, minimize rate increases by...
  • Tim Kaine in Wall Street Journal
    The database used to scrutinize the histories of those purchasing guns should include any determination that someone is mentally ill and so dangerous to himself or others as to warrant involuntary treatment,Mr. Kaine said.
  • Mitch McConnell in Politico
    McConnell said Congress "must closely scrutinize the proposal to make sure it works, and we must do so quickly."

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