- v. present participle of criticize.
“But in the midst of all of this criticism of people for criticizing, it would be helpful if someone remembered what all the criticizing is about.”
“Washington Post weighed in, typically beginning their coverage with a title criticizing law enforcement and an opening tear-jerker anecdote sympathetically told from the law-breaker's point of view:”
“In fact, the book Reflections on the Great Depression, which interviews many famous economists, finds James Tobin criticizing some New Deal policies (the cartelization policies that Hamilton decries) and Milton Friedman praising some of them (going off the gold standard, which Hamilton praises).”
“There's little point in criticizing theoretical papers for being atheoretical because they lack applications or case studies or descriptions of real life phenomena.”
“Whatever the case, Tyler Cowen was perfectly correct in criticizing Caplan's conception of choice and Caplan's defense here fell flat.”
“Campos may be on to something in criticizing loose conservative political rhetoric against “judicial activism,” which sometimes makes it seem as if conservative Republicans are opposed to virtually any strong form of judicial review.”
“I'm just criticizing from a NASA HQ perspective and the centers that are bleeding.”
“You were very active in criticizing him until he came around to your position.”
“But you were active in criticizing any opposition to the bill from your left, and, more to the point for me, were active long before the end game made that necessary.”
“Mr. Rubio, why are you being so hypocritical in criticizing Pres.”
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