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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of scrutineer.
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This is the sentiment that makes a merry pedestrian, and Vachel has scrutineered and scuffled through a dozen states, lightening larders and puzzling the worldly.
Former NPA stalwart Bob Ransford is at Vision gathering...he scrutineered for Vision!
The races will be supported by Aston Martin Racing engineers with a spares support truck, while cars will be scrutineered at each event and will be subject to control tyres to help ensure competitive racing.
"We won't really see the technology and ingenuity until the cars are scrutineered in Darwin and a lot of things can happen on the journey south," Selwood said ahead of the race.
I don't think we can necessarily take too much from One Nation how-to-vote decisions: I scrutineered in an Ipswich electorate at the 1998
"We won't really see the technology and ingenuity until the cars are scrutineered in