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  • noun Plural form of scrutinizer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They can provide the stewards, the (scrutinizers) and things of that nature.

    Mosley: F1, teams close to reaching compromise

  • MAYOR DOUGLAS PALMER, TRENTON, NEW JERSEY: Lenders could have policed mortgage brokers more carefully and Wall Street scrutinizers could have shown less greed and more care in the soundness of their investments and profits.

    CNN Transcript Nov 27, 2007

  • MAYOR DOUGLAS PALMER, TRENTON, NEW JERSEY: Lenders could have policed mortgage brokers more carefully and Wall Street scrutinizers could have shown less greed and more care in the soundness of their investments and profits.

    CNN Transcript Nov 28, 2007

  • By means now beyond the understanding of man, billions upon billions of facts were racing through the scrutinizers.

    Against The Fall Of Night

  • Poland, the daring pamphleteers, the scrutinizers of the civil test, the philosophers who demand sincerity in the working of our institutions, if that was the intention of my nameless interrupter, I thank him.

    The Deputy of Arcis

  • These sometimes unexplained and sometimes explained sentiments are often vindicated later by a rehearsal of the facts available to conscientious scrutinizers of the content of her speech.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • These sometimes unexplained and sometimes explained sentiments are often vindicated later by a rehearsal of the facts available to conscientious scrutinizers of the content of her speech.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • These sometimes unexplained and sometimes explained sentiments are often vindicated later by a rehearsal of the facts available to conscientious scrutinizers of the content of her speech.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Climate-minded scrutinizers were hard pressed to find anything of interest - or anything new, in fact.

    Climate Progress

  • The proposal includes GOP wish-list items like repealing the 2010 health care law that are simply not possible in the current climate, as well as Reagan-era promises like eliminating the Education Department, but it also has a bundle of ideas hardly foreign to professional budget scrutinizers.

    FOXNews.com

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