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Synonyms for scrutinize

to look at carefully or critically

to look at or on attentively or carefully

Synonyms for scrutinize

to look at critically or searchingly, or in minute detail

examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification

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I hereby conclude that forms 37A, 37Bs and 37C be scrutinised,' Murima said.
Seanad has scrutinised every piece of legislation ever passed
Karachi: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has scrutinised 16,000 candidates who aspire to contest elections and submitting it to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to check whether a candidate has waived or defaulted on a bank loan.
But Assistant Chief Constable Garry Forsyth said that the power to stop and search is regularly scrutinised.
By showing transparency in our actions, we can be scrutinised and monitored in how an incident has been dealt with.
However, contrary to the propaganda put about by True Wales, proposed Assembly laws are not scrutinised by the Westminster Parliament, even under the present system.
20 April 2010 - A Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which was agreed between the EU and South Korea in October 2009, is currently being scrutinised by lawyers, according to EU officials.
The new committee has already scrutinised Venture's gas servicing procedure, mapping the process from start to finish, suggesting areas for improvement along the way.
The procurement of raw milk within the UK--a third area that could have been scrutinised further by regulators--did not warrant further examination, said an OFT spokesman.
So central government, the largest area possible within our direct control, is likely to be better scrutinised than several lesser gatherings.
Justice Anthony Murima ordered on Thursday that forms 37A, 37B, and 37C be scrutinised.
TTIP should be fully scrutinised by both the House of Commons and the National Assembly for Wales before the European Commission signs up.
The Bank of Italy has announced that it has scrutinised the loan books of two top banks in the nation.
The report goes on to say that oversight should not undermine independence nor empower any other body to make decisions that fall within the jurisdiction of the institution being scrutinised.
It is the first government-proposed measure to be scrutinised by the Assembly under powers introduced by the Government of Wales Act.