widespread criticismThere was widespread criticism of the handling of the disaster.
attract criticismBut this may also attract criticism from parents if they make their own comparisons about trends and innovations.
strong criticismThe failure to agree on definite targets brought strong criticism from environmentalists.
second criticismA second criticism is that the theory assumes that all emotional response is the same.
public criticismThere was some public criticism of police pay — and of perks such as the housing allowance, resentment that crystallized during that austerity period in the early 1930s.
literary criticismFrom Macbeth to Danielle Steele, all literary criticism is here.
criticism shouldThis type of criticism should not apply in a database environment.
only criticismThe only criticism one might make of the Labour party's proposal is that it is not large enough.
constructive criticismOnce the purely factual purpose of the system becomes assimilated, resistance to, and fear of, constructive criticism should weaken.
major criticismResults show that lack of product knowledge by staff was a major criticism.
criticism of governmentThis criticism of government policy will carry added weight coming from the ABRC, the government's own advisory body on science funding.
considerable criticismThis so-called ‘full extent normal rule’ has come under considerable criticism from the Court of Appeal downwards.
criticism iA typical criticism is:
main criticismThe main criticism seems to be that he wanted to change things, forms of service and such like.