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- Criticize or Criticise may refer to: Criticize, the action of criticism "Criticize" (song), a 1987 Alexander O'Neal song This disambiguation page lists...
- (Secretary of State for Wales/Labour, Tor****) – Murphy was the only Welsh MP criticised for "claiming" expenses. Murphy claimed for a new boiler, because the...
- in the magazine. His father-in-law Charles Wheeler and others strongly criticised him for allowing Spectator columnist Taki Theodoracopulos to publish racist...
- form of feedback is considered a critic. To engage in criticism is to criticise (in British English – see American and British English spelling differences...
- expanded to include the subjects of do****entary films; this process has been criticised. 4 wins Sylvester Stallone 3 wins Kevin Costner Adam Sandler 2 wins Pauly...
- Kohl himself and his successor as CDU Leader, Wolfgang Schäuble – Merkel criticised her former mentor publicly and advocated a fresh start for the party without...
- paced narration & screenplay, background music & cinematography, but criticised the low quality VFX shots in action sequences and weak climax. In 1984...
- Tamil film director and a script writer. Several of his films have been criticised for depicting controversial content on screen. Samy started his career...
- elected on to the executive of the 1922 Committee. In October 2014, Patel criticised the plan of the Academies Enterprise Trust to merge the New Rickstones...
- horror and satire. She began writing in 1995. She was a pagan and publicly criticised what she viewed as patriarchal religions that inhibit people's inner nature...