Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. scrutinium, fr. scrutari, to search carefully, originally, to search even to the rags, fr. scruta, trash, trumpery; perhaps akin to E. shred,: cf. AS. scrudnian, to make scrutiny
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. scrutine—L. scrutinium—scrutāri, to search even to the rags—scruta, rags, trash.
More like was it to baffle the scrutiny of father and false husband.
"The Wild Huntress" by Mayne Reid
He bore their scrutiny with calm cheerfulness.
"The Double Four" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Mere scrutiny of the solar surface, however, is not the only means of solar observation.
"A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century" by Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
Standing perfectly still he turned his body from the hips and gave the place a silent scrutiny before he set to work.
"The Black Buccaneer" by Stephen W. Meader
Professionally now he gave this section of Len Yang another scrutiny.
"Peter the Brazen" by George F. Worts
She was conscious of his scrutiny, but took no offence at it.
"Blake's Burden" by Harold Bindloss
He looked the man over with a swift and eager scrutiny.
"The Traitors" by E. Phillips (Edward Phillips) Oppenheim
His scrutiny was careful, comprehensive, but the only person he recognized was Grace.
"The Film of Fear" by Arnold Fredericks
The utmost scrutiny failed to disclose any sign of it or any sound of breathing from that corner.
"Nan of Music Mountain" by Frank H. Spearman
He passed on under the bold scrutiny of those feminine eyes, but they left him quite unconscious.
"The Golden Woman" by Ridgwell Cullum
We have resolved it, mighty king! with care,
With closest scrutiny. On us devolve
Whatever blame occurs!
"Daniel. A Sacred Drama" by Hannah More
Make no deep scrutiny
Into her mutiny
Rash and undutiful:
Past all dishonour,
Death has left on her
Only the beautiful.
"The Bridge of Sighs" by Thomas Hood
What silly vanity! But let me give you a piece of advice: beware of the scrutiny
of the king--he has an eye like a hawk, old as he is; and if he should happen to spy
"The Maid Of Saxony; Or, Who's The Traitor? - Act I" by George Pope Morris
Their love was of the genuine sort;
Not mix'd, as is our Shrub and Port;
The strictest scrutiny would bear
As any horse who walks the fair;
For if through every part you go
You'd call it sound from top to toe.
"Reconciliation" by William Hutton
Skin Products Not Manufactured in US Come Under FDA Scrutiny.
) that already has people talking about anti-trust scrutiny.
And the mayors who appointed them -- are demanding teachers be held up to closer scrutiny and tougher accountability while facing possible replacement.
Black Mothers' Mortality Rate Under Scrutiny.
Sections of potential 2008 candidate's life drawing greater scrutiny.
Border Patrol under scrutiny for deadly force.
The Times's Matthew L Wald looks at options for safely storing spent nuclear fuel as the American nuclear industry faces new scrutiny following the nuclear incident in Japan.
The Department of Homeland Security's scrutiny is in response to a letter from 16 members of Congress expressing concern about a Mexican man dying after being Tasered.
The GOP presidential campaign has been reeling following increased scrutiny.
The charge that Paton 's activities are under criminal investigation doesn't stand up to scrutiny.
How worried should you be about this "new" level of heightened scrutiny.
China Measures Said to Boost Bond Market, Issuer Scrutiny.
As Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr remains under medical care at the Mayo Clinic, his political behavior is under scrutiny in Washington, DC, and both situations may be coming to a head.
Voter ID laws get scrutiny.
Walking Horse Celebration opens under scrutiny.
Thus, essentially all the preliminary astrometric masses derived for stars with planets observed with H ipparcos (Mazeh et al. 1999; Zucker & Mazeh 2000; Gatewood et al. 2001; Han et al. 2001) do not survive close statistical scrutiny.
Astrometric Methods and Instrumentation to Identify and Characterize Extrasolar Planets: A Review
In particular, we sub ject the origin of shot noise to scrutiny.
Turbulence Spectra from Doppler-broadened Spectral Lines: Tests of the Velocity Channel Analysis and Velocity Coordinate Spectrum Techniques
This picture, if it stands up to closer scrutiny, is rather similar to Taubes’ relation between the Seiberg-Witten and Gromov invariants of a symplectic four-manifold W .
Gauge Theory in higher dimensions, II
Anyway, the relevance of the Pioneer anomaly for space navigation is already suﬃcient to deserve a close scrutiny.
Testing General Relativity with Atomic Clocks
More generally, we can move beyond the Ko et al. and Anshel at al. schemes, and ask: Is there a secure and eﬃcient key exchange protocol based on group theoretic ideas? There are regular proposals, but the ﬁeld is still waiting for a proposal that stands up to long-term scrutiny.
Group theory in cryptography