admonishment


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words expressive of strong disapproval

advice to beware, as of a person or thing

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I am surprised that agents of the current Nigerian administration who should benefit from the advice and admonishment of one of the most brilliant leaders to ever emerge in modern Africa have resorted to a cheap tactic that further reiterates the message that they found abhorrent enough to start looking for unconnected issues to put together to make their point.
Following his wifeAEs admonishment that he speak to his children about odeepero topics than Star Wars, John C.
An admonishment for minor misconduct is the lowest form of discipline.
The admonishment, which was issued October 4, was meant as a warning to Tabor that if he continued to perform only traditional weddings, he could be charged with discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation.
Mizuho Financial Group (NYSE: MFG) of Japan has declined an award it was due to receive, following the Financial Services Agency's admonishment of the bank for lending money to the 'yakuza' or gangster clans.
Dan Pagis made a distinction within this genre between two contrasting conceptual positions that give rise to two groups of poems, "dark poems of fate" that speak about man's futile existence and make no mention of consoling ideas such as an afterlife and the soul's immortality, and "poems of admonishment and faith," that also proclaim the vanity of human existence but also raise the possibility of escape, by adhering to the path of morality and faith, that holds out the promise of everlasting life for the soul (233).
Referring to Pawar's admonishment of NCP MLA Bhaskar Jadhav for extravagant weddings of his son and daughter, Lok Sabha MP Raju Shetti said: " He is not the all- knowing king, but he is the king of thieves.
LIVERPOOL striker Luis Suarez's diving admission brought swift admonishment from manager Brendan Rodgers, who described the comments as "unacceptable".
This admonishment also goes for dropping a gun into your pocket without a pocket holster.
Now the General Social Care Council has found her guilty of misconduct and given her a one-year admonishment.
It is of no surprise therefore to find that Mr Argent has had to slam on his brakes at the junction and has received admonishment from other drivers.
For the charge of misconduct relating to use of threatening behaviour Mrs Pascoe was handed a three-month admonishment.
The remarks by Philip Gordon, the Obama administration's top diplomat on European affairs, were a rare admonishment of a crucial NATO ally.
5(v) and council regulation 16, the committee invited Carpenter to consent to the imposition of the sanction of an admonishment by way of consent order without further proceedings, to which he agreed.
When dinosaurs trained, patient assessment relied on Mercury thermometers, sphygmomanometers, watches and a majority of senses (taste reserved for the Prince Henry Hospital dining room), so the admonishment to 'not rely on machines' was redundant and patronising.