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“Ideally, the reader is asked to scrutinze his/her assumptions and to conclude that perhaps the innovative device or practice might make its own kind of sense as a variation on established devices and practices.”
“Perhaps it's 'unfair' to place them on this pedestal and then expect them to be effective in Washington especially with the 'constant campaign' machine being used to scrutinze and destroy the other party and elect your own miscreant; who subsequently will face the same scrutiny and we begin the vicious cycle again!”
“For the 2 Texas Senators who voted against Judge Sotomayor, as an anglo from South Texas I hope Texans will review and scrutinze your performance in the Senate and consider entertaining persons who more openly support America and Americans and not just a Party.”
“And I actually think about what info comes my way, from both sides, and think about it, scrutinze it, investigate it, and make my own decisions about how things really might be!”
“If Obama does win, it will be fun to watch the Rev. 's Sharpton, Jackson and Wright be forced to finally find real jobs and to watch the media scrutinze every word that comes out of Michelle "the mouth" Obama for the next four years.”
“And for you guys to call yourselves journalist and now NOT scrutinze Ms. Palin in the same manner, just because she is a woman, is a total disgrace.”
“Roycean loyalty requires one to scrutinze the aims and actions of such communities and to work to reform their disloyal aspects.”
“Too much time had passed without her being able to scrutinze the play-actors in her great drama and make certain that all was well.”
“-- You scrutinze; you bring your lenses to bear; and the somebody begins to emerge.”
“Accordingly, Pilous raised his opera glasses and scrutinze the Boston bench.”
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