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critic

a professional judge of art, music, literature, etc.
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Encourage constructive criticism and feedback--you won't get it unless you ask frequently, really listen, and change your behavior as a result of feedback
The problem is not that civic and business leaders are too outspoken, rather that too many people in positions of power and influence in Birmingham seem to lose all sense of reality when their efforts attract constructive criticism.
Thank you to those who provided us with good, constructive criticism.
Furthermore, while a referee's anonymity provides protection from a rejected author's wrath and enables the reviewer to openly offer constructive criticism to a known colleague, it also means that referees with biases or grudges against authors can reject a paper, sting a rival, and yet face no negative consequences.
It's not constructive criticism but rather constant ridicule at another's expense.
Luckily, competition judging hasn't succumbed to the attitude laced SYTYCD influence "Kids get constructive criticism," says Stone.
As a constructive criticism, I would suggest that the author use italics for internal thoughts instead of quote marks or no marks at all.
We discuss career development and direction, and he's somebody I can bounce ideas off of and get constructive criticism.
They seek out and encourage this constructive criticism and use it to make appropriate adjustments to their plans of action.
Let One Hundred Flowers Bloom, 2005, exhibited at MACRO, refers to an ancient poem quoted by Mao Zedong in the '50s, when he launched a campaign to encourage intellectuals to contribute constructive criticism to the revolution.
I was taking lessons from this guy downtown--/He was always trying to give me constructive criticism.
Effective interventions, including constructive criticism, do not use embarrassment or shame-based techniques to deter people from engaging in risky activities.

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