render suspect

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For example, Smith's acid references to Walter Scott as "Tory grandee" inevitably render suspect his commentary on Scott's work (176, 182).
They have heaped scorn on working-class institutions- unions, urban public collages--and helped to render suspect the claims on society of just about every kind of economically vulnerable person: the homeless, the long-term unemployed, single mothers, urban youth and now even poor children--tomorrow's "superpredators.
Foreign Secretary Jack Straw has said there were four US requests to render suspects through British territory in 1998, and two were granted.