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public scrutiny

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  • And: Before Costas was a big-name photo realist, before he met Isabel at his sham wedding to Margaret, before he built this house and rescued her from public scrutiny and got debunked, Costas had been married to Annette Suchecki Krug, Isabel’s mother.

    Isabel’s Bed

  • Government has ensured that the name-scribblers must act under the full glare of Parliamentary and public scrutiny and that, if famines and locusts are to come, we will be forewarned.

    Australia - Effective Action on Human Rights

  • Staggering around under the pressure of unceasing public scrutiny by really hostile people, who really do wish you would drop dead, causes quite a loss of balance.

    Roseanne Archy

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