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critic

a professional judge of art, music, literature, etc.
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And her critisism ofGaga shows how desperate she really is.
That would mean party leader Enda Kenny replacing current Prime Minister Brian Cowen, who resigned as leader of Fianna Fail at the end of January following critisism of his handling of the country's current financial crisis.
After deciding to ask the council of Curacao for a reaction to Coerman's critisism, the Heren Tien entrusted the Amsterdam chamber with the responsibility of settling the matter.
STYle: Matthew Upson, pictured with South african youngsters, is not concerned by critisism of england from Franz Beckenbauer (below).
Critisism has been aimed at the gag order as international reports are easily available in Israel on the Internet, and many were referred to by local media regarding the case.
The implied critisism of Coventry City is very unfair.
Last month's review of Joseph Stiglitz's book The Roaring Nineties drew some critisism from certain readers.
ENGLAND captain Martin Johnson has joined the torrent of critisism heaped on the Zurich Premiership after Division One champions Rotherham were denied promotion last week.
The only thing I would give instant critisism to is the steering wheel.
He has published several books, among which are: On Poetic Critisism, Reading the Novel, and Reading Poetry.