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Synonyms for scrutinize


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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It is hoped that this procedure will be followed to scrutinize the accounts of other political parties, he added.
At the end of this century, as we scrutinize current "happenings" in our industry, we must admire the stamina of an industry that is beset by many challenges.
Farrukh Habib of the PTI has filed an application with the ECP, requesting the electoral body to scrutinize financial accounts of both the parties to look for whether they have received funds from illegal sources.
Chapters scrutinize economic development among Muslim societies and nations in depth, from Islamic socialism to social critics, and the development and efficiency of advanced economic institutions and banks.
In her book Betrayal of Trust: The Collapse of Global Public Health, Laurie Garrett reports that the federal government is failing to scrutinize imported food to reduce the amounts of disease-producing organisms that get into this country.
Other issues: The IRS also plans to scrutinize two other areas.
Applauding the decision to release the draft for public comment, TEI's president noted that the deliberate approach "made it possible for members and the public to scrutinize the specific proposals in a timely manner" and to identify problems with the proposals when it is still possible to do something about them.
In terms of policing hours worked or not worked for purposes of overtime compensation under the FLSA, managers should closely scrutinize practices during supposedly dutyfree "unpaid" meal periods, particularly on patient/resident floors, and immediately before and after shift starting and ending times.
Dowling's criticism rightly encourages us to scrutinize Milton's language and rhetoric with great care; moreover, he shows how Milton self-consciously distorts or misreads historical sources so that, when scrutinized by his learned reader, his selective history of early Christian Rome becomes a story of continuous ecclesiastical usurpation and tyranny.
Gillian Wearing (who also had her first solo show at City Racing) filmed herself dancing around to no discernible beat, sometimes wearing a Walkman, in Peckham's shopping mall; and in her latest video piece she bandages her face in a fair impersonation of the Invisible Woman, then takes a walk down South London's tacky Walworth Road, turning the camera to scrutinize passersby who respond with typical British reserve.
And, as planned, we are detached--so detached, in fact, that we often lack a true understanding of the areas we aer expected to scrutinize.
ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad High Court (IHC) Tuesday adjourned hearing of PTI's case challenging Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP)'S proceeding to scrutinize the party accounts in Foreign Funding matter till September 7.
An extensively researched and documented account that draws as heavily upon logic as it does upon biblical expertise to scrutinize New Testament passages that may have been written under a pseudonym for specific purposes, Pseudonymity, the New Testament, and Deception is recommended for intermediate to advanced Biblical scholars and college library shelves.
One of the less controversial and less publicized parts of the sweeping law enforcement act, aimed at preventing terrorists from laundering money, gives the federal government power to scrutinize financial institutions' customer records.