- 01. It must be frustrating sometimes for celebrities to have their lives under constant [scrutiny] by the media.02. This government has to open itself to public [scrutiny] to win back the voters' trust.03. The private lives of politicians often come under public [scrutiny], and what should be private matters then become public discussion.04. Opposition members are carefully [scrutinizing] the legislation.05. The sailors [scrutinized] the horizon for signs of the pirate ships.06. The detective [scrutinized] the suspect's face for indications of nervousness.07. Maxwell Maltz once remarked that close [scrutiny] will show that most "crisis situations" are opportunities to either advance, or stay where you are.08. There is a French proverb which states that few people rise to our esteem upon closer [scrutiny].09. It is the responsibility of the Official Opposition to [scrutinize] government legislation.10. I'm not sure of this scheme. I don't think it will stand up to close [scrutiny] once we get a chance to take a good look at it.11. The government has assured the Opposition that the inquiry will be open to public [scrutiny].12. He did well in high school English classes, but his essays will get much closer [scrutiny] once he is in university.13. The organization came under [scrutiny] following complaints of irregularities by a former employee.14. All over the world, consumers are demanding that companies provide clear labelling of genetically-modified food, and open their research to outside [scrutiny].15. Working conditions in the factory must be open to public [scrutiny] in order for real change to occur.
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