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reviewer

[ri-vyoo-er] /rɪˈvyu ər/
noun
1.
a person who reviews.
2.
a person who reviews books, plays, etc.
Origin
1605-1615
1605-15; review + -er1
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  • Usually, one tries to pick a film reviewer who does not have a hobby horse to ride.
  • Any reasonable reviewer would now reasonably doubt other so called evidence until it is reviewed further and verified.
  • To the reviewer above me-you don't really need a picture of this place to get the idea.
  • Occasionally, that point of view seems to influence the choice of reviewer, particularly in politically oriented nonfiction.
  • Not my sympathy for the customer but for the reviewer.
  • For each reviewer, show the distribution of their rankings next to their review.
  • Reading them today, our reviewer is thrilled by their genius.
  • It is absolutely solid wherever it can be checked against this reviewer's knowledge.
  • Calling these into question is fair game, as long as the reviewer provides countervailing arguments or evidence.
  • For every reviewer who applauds, there is one who stifles a yawn.

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