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critic

a professional judge of art, music, literature, etc.
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Responding to the critisism some visitors might be put off by high Irish prices on arrival, Mr Delaney said: "Of course the sector has to be competitive and look at all its costs.
He came under some critisism following his last fight but I can honestly say that I'm even more confident in Colin than I was before the Billy Schwer fight.
name has come over all bolshy and started dishing out lawsuits after critisism of its lottery-like registration process.
Downsides My biggest critisism of Zoom is having to register on three different subsites and pay a total of pounds 7 shipping, which seems excessive.
PETER WITHNELL has been a figure levelled with media and terrace critisism this season.
MOUR MISERY Struggling Eden Hazard is fighting for his Chelsea future after critisism from Blues boss Jose Mourinho
The LSI has been a subject of critiques, mainly regarding its test-retest reliability but this critisism has been made about several other instruments and therefore hard to be avoided.
His critisism comes three years after Cardiff judge Stephen Hopkins QC also slammed "soft" prosecution guidelines as he dealt with a man who had hit his partner every time their TV programme stopped for the adverts.
Messy departures and public critisism surrounding Joey Barton, Kevin Nolan and Jose Enrique have also left him under fire at times.
o Talking of North London managers opening themselves up for critisism, Andre Villas-Boas hosted a live Q+A session last week.
The bases authorities were subjected to heavy critisism for their exercises which used to take place in the north-western peninsula of Akamas, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
STYle: Matthew Upson, pictured with South african youngsters, is not concerned by critisism of england from Franz Beckenbauer (below).