- v. Simple past tense and past participle of criticise.
“(Amusingly, I have also been vigorously criticised from the opposite side on this particular issue in the past.)”
“Outrage at the poor timing and blindness of the council in its roadworks agenda has been criticised from a spectrum of residents from car users, cyclists, to MPs and local traders.”
“Only some 50 opponents of Islamisation managed to reach Heumarkt, including Mario Borghezio who held an impromptu speech - in Italian. criticised Fritz Schramma, the Christian-Democrat mayor of Cologne and a proponent of the mosque, who had exhorted his townsmen to demonstrate against the Pro Cologne gathering and to display their "intolerance" towards Pro Cologne.”
“Some men of courtly manners and courtly expression criticised his homely ways and style of language; but the people loved him, trusted him, and his clear, strong, sound utterances carried conviction.”
“But although there is no shortage of people in Gaza such as Armilat prepared to criticise Hamas, as any government presiding over economic meltdown is criticised, that is very far from enacting the fantasy that current Israeli policy will create a popular revolt to dislodge the Islamic faction.”
“Toyota handling of recall criticised - • Fault was not classed as a safety issue one year ago”
“Then we have those who are on the list of internationally wanted criminals, and they may not be criticised, that is "anti-semitic".”
“Headlines stated that the UN leader "criticised" Chief Buthelezi.”
“If every book were really "criticised," the criticisms of many would be utterly incomprehensible to many of their possible readers.”
“You criticised me as my comment was apparently "to no extent based on fact and is a vitriolic expression of a personally held belief.”
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