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find fault with

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to find fault with

to write a critical report on

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Abu Zinada has criticized the silence of the Labor and Health ministries toward the very attacks that have hindered the involvement of women in various sectors for so long.
Bush hit back at conservatives, who have criticized Obama for his frequent golf outings, saying it's good for the leader of the free world to have some down time every once in a while.
We will get criticized but we'd rather be criticized doing our job than being criticized for not doing our job.
Nabil, who had criticized the ruling military on his blog and called on people to avoid the draft, had been sentenced to three years in April in a widely criticized trial.
Since direct talks started on September 2 in Washington between the PA and Israel, Iran and Hamas have severely criticized the negotiations.
Bill O'Reilly said newspapers have a dismal future and also criticized a writer in the audience during a speech Friday at the National Society of Newspaper Columnists (NSNC) conference.
Barber looked inelegant when he criticized his former football coach at NBC's welcoming press conference," groused MarketWatch's Jon Friedman.
Brownback's proposal was quickly criticized by legal scholars as constitutionally suspect.
A similar law in Australia was used by a jailed witch to launch a criminal prosecution of the Salvation Army after it criticized witchcraft.
Many have criticized some Opus Dei members' involvement with fascist regimes in Spain and Chile.
Clooney reenacted lines from a Murrow program called See It Now that documented how McCarthy had already been roundly criticized by newspapers from across the nation by the time Murrow's broadcast aired.
Within days of her new start, Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, who was approved Inauguration Day, criticized a PBS cartoon show that depicts gay couples, supported President Bush's drive to expand high school testing, and took a stand against a lapse in morality judgment.
An EU proposal, which would require chemical manufacturers to prove the safety of more than 50,000 chemicals if they are to stay on the EU market, was criticized as being costly, unworkable and a potentially major disruption to global trade.
NARA criticized the move in a statement that read, in part: "[The e-archiving project] is a critical need due to the volume and rapid obsolescence of electronic records today, let alone in the future.