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noun as in critic

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The 11-page report released to Voice of San Diego this week doesn’t make a sweeping assessment of MTS’s enforcement approach, but rather lists suggestions that reviewers made after a late October visit to San Diego.

Her current career as a self-employed writer, editor and reviewer allows her to support causes she believes in without jeopardizing her job or worrying about clients’ perceptions.

The easy-to-use nature of the platforms means that sellers can quickly create and upload a design, forcing e-commerce players to beef up content reviewers, and try to navigate a complex social climate without censoring other creators.

From Digiday

Some reviewers found the new iPhone 12 reaching download speeds of almost 3GB per second under the right conditions.

From Fortune

During the peer-review process of both grant proposals and research papers, scientists – as editors and reviewers – have an opportunity to encourage responsible specimen archival.

The latest novel from Samantha Harvey is truly superb, but left its reviewer at a loss for how to describe it.

How did your start as a book reviewer inform the personal essayist you became?

I thank the authors,” wrote one peer reviewer, “for think [sic] outrageous thoughts. reviewer Rob Perez is quick to point out that this rise didn't happen overnight.

The only time I looked at a review on Amazon, the reviewer reminded me of Kathy Bates in Misery.

Emily Clark, a native of Richmond, founded and edited a literary, monthly magazine entitled "Reviewer."

No principle of evaluation can provide for such a case as that which the reviewer supposes.

He declared himself an uncle of Currer Bell, and said he wished to give the reviewer some specific information.

No further proof is needed that this reviewer was guiltless of any knowledge of Shandy beyond the title.

The reviewer was so accustomed to looking for the joke in Mark Twain's work, that he found it hard to estimate this new product.


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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reviewer, such as: analyst, appraiser, commentator, connoisseur, expert, and reporter.

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