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use "criticise" in a sentence

Members of the opposition were among those to criticise the bill.

Many were quick to criticise, but it could be merely a sign of things to come.

"My heart goes out to people who criticise me and I respect people's criticism.

In comments afterwards, Pope Francis appeared to criticise conservative bishops.

"They said: 'Does the report criticise the army, the judiciary, or the government?'

This has caused many economists to criticise Freidmans k-percent rule.

Biological activity in your brain plays a critical role in processes involving thinking, acting and feeling. criticise

and “My teammates were right to criticise me."

We would be sorry to criticise so excellent and valuable a work in any spirit of faultfinding.

Before you rush to criticise, would you find it acceptable for a man to walk around a women’s dressing-room?

Careful normally not to criticise the elected leadership, he says the military and security services exercise too much authority.

Pearce developed the reputation as being unusually fair and honest by refusing to criticise referees for mistakes they may have made.

'" (p. 112) *"Do not blame those who are childless, do not criticise them for not having any, and do not boast about having them yourself.

He will criticise what he calls a “conspiracy of optimism based on poor cost-estimation, unrealistic timescales” at the MoD and in industry.

Mr Collins went on to criticise the way the situation has been handled by the French authorities.

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