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This Dodgers title, clinched Tuesday with a 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 6 of the World Series, will be scrutinized and weighed.

Nervous voters are scrutinizing every word of the absentee voting instructions, and scolding public officials when they find something inadequate.

Now the Department of Justice is scrutinizing all three deals, each involving a startup selling to an older and larger incumbent.

Last month, a group of 25 experts from academia, civil rights, politics, and journalism announced they were creating an ad-hoc group to scrutinize Facebook’s oversight board, calling themselves “The Real Facebook Oversight Board.”

Pacers Showgirls appears to have done much more than that in recent months and is now being scrutinized by the city and county health officials, a county spokesman told VOSD.

Although Lee does not place herself at the center of the narrative, she is in the frame, where her actions and intentions are scrutinized as much as the landscape.

To be sure, the couple was subsequently scrutinized, criticized, and even accused of interfering with the upcoming election by some—at a scale only made possible by the internet.

We selected ten just-add-water meals from five different brands—Packit Gourmet, Mountain House, Good To-Go, Peak Refuel, and Backpacker’s Pantry—and asked a professional chef and a registered dietitian to sample, scrutinize, and rank their favorites.

This means the regulator will begin scrutinizing data from the vaccine’s trials even before those studies are concluded and a formal application for approval is submitted.

More recently, federal officials have scrutinized the building purchase.

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