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He has smuggled out through his family a number of stinging critiques of his captors.
Far from a rant, her tone throughout is cool and methodical, and her critiques are couched more in sorrow than in anger.
But do recent critiques of Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage go too far?
Panetta leavens his critiques of Obama with kind words for the president.
He confirms appointments, makes appointments, critiques past appointments.
Brunetire, F. tudes critiques sur l'histoire de la littrature franaise.
Debidour, A. tudes critiques sur la Rvolution, l'Empire et la priode contemporaine.
It is the critiques that the readers want; but in both stories and critiques you must put a restraint on that pen of yours, Edgar.
Then there was Snarl, who wrote critiques on painting, and guided the national taste.
We must have fewer of the stories in future and more critiques, but milder ones.
On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to critiques, such as: criticism, comment, judgment, appraisal, examination, and editorial.
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