- v. Simple past tense and past participle of scrutinize.
“He is also widely regarded as perhaps the most powerful man in Iraqi politics, his every word scrutinized by all.”
“Analysts say it's inevitable that a celebrity-turned-pol like Franken would have his every word scrutinized -- one reason that Franken has been judicious with his remarks until now, hustling past the daily press scrums in the Capitol and turning down serial invitations to go on TV.”
“One could reasonably infer that Congress proceeded as it did specifically because it did not want the penalty to be 'scrutinized' as a $4 billion annual tax increase," Vinson wrote.”
“Obama is just beginning to receive serious scrutiny and his spokesman is trying to nip it in the bud by claiming Obama is the most scrutinized which is simply laughable.”
“You really remember Bush being "scrutinized" like this after 60 days or so?”
“And he uses the word 'scrutinized' almost as an allegation of wrongdoing, too much public knowledge appears a great danger to him.”
“While much has been written about transparency, the word "scrutinized" is misleading.”
“Madoff investors and associates Stanley Chais and Carl Shapiro are being "scrutinized" by federal prosecutors as to whether they told Madoff how much in returns they wanted.”
“I wonder why this has not been 'scrutinized' by the FBI? never mind. .we know why ... (eye roll) 5 posted on 11 / 06 / 2008 11: 06: 31 AM PST”
“If carefully scrutinized, the statement calls for throwing out such a government and bringing in one which will fulfill the tall order made by GCIC.”
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