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critic

a professional judge of art, music, literature, etc.
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Anne made up her mind that the next time she wrote a story she wouldn't ask anybody to criticize it.
ODAN contributors also criticize Opus Dei for encouraging acts of self-mortification among its celibate members.
Instead of discussing these events, however, some columnists, unfortunately, keep writing about us, those who criticize the government.
Jordanians are Afraid to Publicly Criticize Their Government--Poll
Many on the left are too quick to criticize their own side.
It didn't seem like the moment to criticize the commander in chief-to see how close I could get his eyeballs together, how bushy I could make the eyebrows.
based Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) criticize the appropriation as being a violation of the separation of church and state.
As KB CEO Michael Glazer recently told The Wall Street Journal, "However you want to criticize eToys for not being fiscally responsible, [the company] certainly did a heck of a job building its brand name.
The investigation into accidents involving the Explorer by Idecu, Venezuela's consumer protection agency, has been sharply criticized by Ford as being biased and politically motivated, yet Venezuelan officials continue to criticize the safety of the Ford Explorer, even those vehicles sold without Firestone tires.
Every year the jury takes it upon itself to criticize the whole condition of architectural education.
From here, Epstein goes on to criticize the notion of a positive right to medical care as not only philosophically questionable, but economically inefficient and administratively impossible.
To criticize or put in question these interests and values does not amount to an exercise in transcendental philosophy but is simply the attempt to imagine a better community than the one we have - to see us "as we would like to be" (52).