scrutinize


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Synonyms for scrutinize

examine

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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The Scrutinize Campaign: A Youth HIV Prevention Campaign Addressing Multiple and Concurrent Sexual Partnerships.
Chapters scrutinize how the social histories of emerging Christian churches had their rhetoric affected by the influence of slavery, the life experiences of slaves and what it meant to be a slave in the first Christian centuries.
The lender will also scrutinize the property for which the mortgage is being sought in terms of its current or potential cash flow.
I fear that they may place too implicit a confidence in their public servants, and fail properly to scrutinize their conduct; that in this way they may be made the dupes of designing men, and become the instruments of their own undoing.
Archaeology Lecturer Evangelos Kyriakidis examines theoretical issues concerning the attribution of ritual value to prehistoric activity; further chapters scrutinize "Going Further with Ritual: Praxis and Belief" and "The Rise and Fall of the Minoan Peak Sanctuaries".
It enabled the team to scrutinize more closely than ever before the primordial fluctuations imprinted on the microwave background.
A second lesson is that the Tax Court is ready, willing and able to scrutinize the actions of the FLP or family limited liability company (FLLC) and its owners and managers, and that the Fifth Circuit is willing to support it.
Maggi thus turns from the usual sources--sensationally lurid, canonical texts--which for all their morbid attractions tend to be conceptually half-baked, to scrutinize instead relatively forgotten works that address demonic speech acts with philosophical, specifically late scholastic, rigor.
A decade and a half after the horrific accident at the Chernobyl nuclear reactor in Kiev, Ukraine--which resulted in an atom bomb's worth of radiation being belched into the air--food inspectors still scrutinize produce markets in Moscow, 415 miles away, with devices that measure atomic rays.
FEDERAL REGULATORS SCRUTINIZE the relevant product market and the geographic market in each case.
Hopefully, these penalties will drive the industry to more carefully scrutinize itself, to regulate itself, to instill newer philosophies in its operations and to initiate models of good care.
According to the SOP, all security agencies have been directed to completely scrutinize the guard before employment.
The Government proposes to scrutinize the accounts of NGOs who have received donations from abroad in excess of one crore during the financial year 2011-12.
The apex court categorically asserted the parliamentary body has no constitutional authority to scrutinize the apex court's accounts, as Article 175-3 of the Constitution separates the judiciary from the executive, and that the PAC can only scrutinize national accounts.
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.