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Meanings and phrases
- disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings; unfavorable judgment
- a serious examination and judgment of something; critique
- a written evaluation of a work of literature; literary criticism
- the scientific study of biblical writings to determine their origin and meaning
- a written evaluation of a work of literature; criticism
- the informed analysis and evaluation of literature; lit crit
- It is opinion masquerading as literary criticism."
- He was a reformer in field of literary criticism.
- In his literary criticism, Nadel analyzes text content.
- the study of existing manuscripts of the Scriptures in order to determine the original text
- literary criticism based on close analysis of the text
- a petty disparagement; detraction
- comparison of a particular text with related materials in order to establish authenticity
- His interests include New Testament textual criticism and Greek and Latin palaeography.
- Their standpoints were characterized by merging of moralistic judgement into textual criticism.
- Exemplar (textual criticism) In textual criticism, an exemplar is the text used to produce another text.
- The book received criticism from some journalists.
- Worthington received criticism for his performance.
- Rasmussen has received criticism over the wording in its polls.
- This position drew criticism from a number of corners.
- Levitt drew criticism for writing an article called "Hoodwinked?
- The length of "The Velvet Rope" drew criticism from certain music critics.
- TIF districts have attracted much criticism.
- The novel was also met with much criticism.
- La India's involvement with Santería drew much criticism.
- It has faced criticism for not having an effluent treatment facility.
- The idea of dollar voting has faced criticism for its class implications.
- The pair scored easily from the bowling but faced criticism for slow batting.
- She has attracted criticism in media in 2018.
- The decision has also attracted criticism.
- This designation attracted criticism from cricket statisticians.
- Stoiber's remarks drew heavy criticism in the press.
- Silvana's photo received heavy criticism, as did Sânziana's and Laura's.
- However, in 1941 the speech received heavy criticism from anti-war elements.
- His remarks did not put an end to public criticism, however.
- There has been public criticism of FAO for at least 30 years.
- Rohrabacher had drawn public criticism for some of his positions.
- The harsh criticism has been matched by later accolades.
- The case led to Tan Hiep Phat receiving harsh criticism in the media.
- The building began receiving harsh criticism even before it was completed.
- This standard was later withdrawn due to widespread criticism.
- There was widespread criticism of the incident and the way it was handled.
- "Sonho de Menina" received widespread criticism from critics and audiences.
- Its final report contained strong criticism of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- This statement brought him strong criticism, especially from the Senior Citizens Union (Senioren-Union).
- Obama's proposal received both strong criticism and praise from different elements of the Cuban American community.
- Unlike these two, his work was not social criticism.
- Costumbrismo and social criticism occupy a fundamental place in his work.
- Until 27 April 1990 the film was banned in East Germany because of its social criticism.
- The Israeli conduct later came under criticism.
- In April 2018, Buduong came under criticism from Ghanaians.
- The sixth game in the series, "", also came under criticism.
- He received his PHD in art criticism.
- He occasionally wrote art criticism.
- Roditi published several volumes of poetry, short stories, and art criticism.
- Gurdon's article was met with criticism by many.
- A new mortuary was opened in Kingston by 1905, but met with criticism.
- Despite the wild popularity of his shows, Galal has met with criticism.
- Such COIs with industry donors have drawn criticism.
- This model has drawn criticism, however.
- Wang Guangyi's successful career and fast growing wealth have drawn criticism.
- It seems to have been a response to criticism that he was not writing about serious issues.
- In response to criticism, Jackson said, "I have a lot of gay friends, men and women, and that's why I did it.
- The commission was established as a response to criticism from the public and government over media ownership.
- The Met received severe criticism for its role in the phone hacking scandal.
- However, this interpretation drew rather severe criticism for being premature.
- His most severe criticism was 'He—or she—does not know how to join two notes together.'
- The use of this method has also received some criticism.
- The film footage featured in the game received some criticism for its low quality.
- Jackson received some criticism for paying white and non-white volunteers the same salary.
- However, his visit led to criticism back in Pasadena.
- This has led to criticism of Leigh as being a patroniser of the working class.
- The half white-half black makeup led to criticism of the episode as heavy-handed.
- He also considered that it was unfair to raise criticism against Nisman, as he was dead.
- These publications came as a partial response to recurring criticism against the ECB's opacity.
- The group also began levying criticism against municipal broadband projects using fiber optic cables for connectivity.
- But by 1946 it too was the subject of criticism.
- Comcast is frequently the subject of criticism.
- However, Williams’ films have also been the subject of criticism.
- was a sharp criticism of the system of "wage-slavery" found in the north.
- Sastri's comments evoked sharp criticism from the nationalist poet Subramanya Bharathi.
- This decision came under Congressional review in 1955 and drew sharp criticism from Congress.
- The film was subject to criticism upon its release.
- Aurangzeb has been subject to criticism.
- Nonetheless, Estonia's e-Residency system has been subject to criticism.
- The books have received a wide range of praise and criticism.
- His use of flowery language to describe it provoked both praise and criticism.
- For his leadership during the French campaign Rommel received both praise and criticism.
- The "craic" spelling has attracted criticism when used in English.
- During the match, Sadler came under criticism when he conceded two goals before being substituted at half–time.
- In the late 1800s "Life in the Iron Mills" received national criticism when published in "The Atlantic Monthly".
- The rules attracted considerable criticism.
- These changes were met with considerable criticism by the students.
- The book and Pauling himself faced considerable criticism from scientists and physicians.
- The violence towards Manuel caused rare negative criticism of the show.
- The album was met with a mix of some positive and some negative criticism.
- However, McClennen notes that he does not offer only negative criticism of the topic.
- This normative use of game theory has also come under criticism.
- These findings have however since then come under criticism by Curcuru et al.
- The simple form of the documentary hypothesis has come under criticism from within its own constituents as well.
- He has been called "the doyen of Slovak film criticism."
- He abandoned his formal film studies in his second year, moving into film criticism.
- New types of film criticism in the 1970s and the 1980s were influenced by structuralism and semiotics.
- Following media criticism, the presentation ceremony was cancelled.
- Widespread media criticism and calls for Brazier's resignation ensued.
- The focus of the show was changed to ongoing events and media criticism.
- One common criticism of participant observation is its lack of objectivity.
- The most common criticism of the A-level system is an accusation of grade inflation.
- One common criticism is that the Big Five does not explain all of human personality.
- In recent years, drug courts and drug court research have become the subject of significant criticism.
- The book generated significant criticism, including from Steven Pinker, Daniel Dennett and Elliott Sober.
- The lack of an immediate response by what was supposed to be a rapid-response unit aroused significant criticism.
- The arrest quickly generated domestic and international criticism.
- Sonando's arrest quickly generated domestic and international criticism.
- The government's actions were the subject of local and international criticism.
- The Negus suffered criticism due to the expenses involved in fighting the Nationalist forces.
- However, it had already drawn criticism due to an old-growth forest located in the path of the route.
- The organization has occasionally been the subject of controversy and criticism due to its methodology.
- Gustave produced his first essays of music criticism in New York.
- No subject in the world deserves more rudeness than music criticism."
- Hoffmann also influenced 19th-century musical opinion directly through his music criticism.