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As the years went on, I called Tom more and more often — not just for his critiques on players but because he knew everyone and everything in college basketball.

Those critiques re-emerged in December, when it was finally announced that Space Force personnel would be called guardians.

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Karau declined to comment, but the legal opinion echoes critiques of advocates, police and some attorneys who worry Descano’s move to withdraw from some misdemeanor cases his predecessor handled could shortchange some victims.

Dolly Parton’s hit song “9 to 5” is a rousing critique of the American workplace.

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Aware of the critiques that often surround him, Virgil Abloh aims to take back that narrative.

Do we critique those women who would modify themselves just to reach those standards?

This photograph is a critique of how draconian the rules of society can be.

The critique extends into nearly every little crevice and lacuna of our civic life.

Wisneski agreed that the concern about self-reporting is a “valid critique” of his study.

Even her own publication, The New York Times, issued a stinging critique.

It is the last edition (Paris, 1840), and purports to be "augmente d'un examen critique et des preuves positives," &c.

The critique of Lucien de Rubempre established his position.

Look at this from the author of a very interesting and laudatory critique.

He had called on Bauerle, the editor of the paper, and had been told that a critique of the concert would soon appear.

He was planning again a book on Byron, and asks for Taine's critique of him 217 in his Littrature anglaise.

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On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to critique, such as: appraisal, assessment, comment, commentary, criticism, and editorial.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.