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scrutiny

a. (in the early Christian Church) a formal testing that catechumens had to undergo before being baptized
b. a similar examination of candidates for holy orders
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This is totally opposite to what they are asking for, which is the right to scrutinise in detail future amendments to the incorporated EU legislation which the Government can now amend to the disadvantage of millions of citizens having secured "Henry VIII" powers under this new legislation as it stands.
Mr Roberts said: "These powers are key so people can scrutinise the government and ensure improvement in our public services.
Speaking after the event, Mrs Baird said: "The Police and Crime Panel's role is to scrutinise me and not the Chief Constable.
The aim of the London event was to scrutinise up-and-coming ideas in the field Filming took place in Knightsbridge, with the final cut being screened at the Property Computer show awards dinner last week.
He added: "The Council's Jurist Linguists now have to scrutinise all the language versions of the agreement, before the Council authorises the signature of the FTA.
Chief executive John Tolen said: "This is an exciting opportunity for tenants to scrutinise services and have a direct impact on decisions made about their homes and those of all Venture tenants.
KPMG and Deloitte have been mandated by the IT company's new central government-appointed board to scrutinise its accounts.
LAHORE -- The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Tuesday scrutinise nomination papers of 26 candidates for NA-120 by-elections, being held on September 19.
Global Banking News-June 9, 2017--Irish banks to scrutinise politicians under terrorism financing laws
vvGood Run (8-11), Scrutinise (7-4) and Threave (6-4) in the seventh race landed blows for favourite backers, but Good Run and Scrutinise were the only market leaders to make the places in the first six races and that meant the Placepot paid a tidy PS331.
THE Assembly want your views on whether the way they scrutinise the health minister is good enough.