sharp criticism

See: reproach
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He called on Party members to carry out sharp criticism and self-criticism to solve problems with the Party, rather than doing perfunctory work.
The extreme heat of up to 44 degrees Celsius - the hottest since 1981 - coincided with power failures and triggered sharp criticism of the governments response in the city of 20 million people.
Benomar had faced sharp criticism from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries as his efforts to broker peace showed little recent success.
Sharp criticism has come from all sides, including a devastating appraisal today from his own rank and file.
The Sewol capsized and sank on a routine voyage on April 16, triggering an outpouring of nationwide grief and sharp criticism of the government of President Park Geun-hye for its handling of the rescue operation.
Summary: Business leaders reiterated their sharp criticism of the controversial salary scale Monday, warning that any hasty steps to raise wages at this moment would spell doom for the economy.
Glimore came under sharp criticism in November 2011 when he announced that the embassy would close and a diplomat based in Dublin would represent Ireland at the Vatican.
The new tax was met with sharp criticism by renewable energy producers, who have staged numerous protests against it.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister Railways, Saad Rafiq has again came out with sharp criticism on Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan saying he is a discontented person.
The decision has drawn sharp criticism from human rights groups, who questioned why Cameron is running away from addressing the Tibet rights, when he stood up to the Sri Lankan premier for a similar cause.
The comment from the brokerage comes as Goldman Sachs (NYSE :GS) drew sharp criticism from the government for suggesting that Modi could win the next general elections.
Meanwhile, the government's flip- flop has come under sharp criticism from the ex- servicemen community.