If the observer, overcoming a thrill of celestial horror, had scrutinised
this scarlet object more narrowly, one of Bert's most cherished secrets, one of his essential weaknesses, would have been laid bare.
Their eyes met, and the Jew scrutinised
Nupkins threw himself back with thrilling solemnity, and scrutinised
the faces of his unwilling visitors.
him, silent and frowning, and her scrutiny lasted a long time.
It recommends a two-part budget process - drafted by cabinet and voted on by the whole chamber, which informs public bodies of their budgets early, is adequately scrutinised
by the chamber and is future-proofed for more devolution.
It recommends a twopart budget process - drafted by cabinet and voted on by the whole chamber, is adequately scrutinised
by the chamber.
Ms Baird's work is scrutinised
by a police and crime panel made up of local leaders and councillors.
The Bank of Italy has announced that it has scrutinised
the loan books of two top banks in the nation.
The Seanad has scrutinised
, introduced, amended and inserted new laws and has stopped bad ones.
The second ODI, which saw Pakistan fail to score a run off the bat in the first five overs after being set 233 to win, will also be scrutinised
by officers of the ICC Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU).
Karachi: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has scrutinised
16,000 candidates who aspire to contest elections and submitting it to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to check whether a candidate has waived or defaulted on a bank loan.
But Assistant Chief Constable Garry Forsyth said that the power to stop and search is regularly scrutinised