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to be criticized
to receive something such as criticism
to be in a position/not be in a position where people can blame you or criticize you
to be severely criticized
if you are in the line of fire, you are the person who is likely to be criticized for something
being criticized or attacked by a lot of different people at the same time
to be criticized or punished
to accept punishment or criticism for something you have done wrong
to be criticized by someone in authority
a start-up … whose value has reached more than one billion US dollars
a small bird with long legs that lives near water
an afternoon full of crafts
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