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Some berate the show for reinforcing the notion that all those on benefits are feckless, lazy scroungers.
But for me to sit here and berate him and say that it's solely Shawn Green (not hitting well), that's not how you treat your players.
Instead, he snorts coke in the bathroom, berates his touchy feely sister (Louise-Anne Hippeu) and leaves, divulging nothing, which will inevitably ramp up his family's guilt after his demise.
Her morn constantly berates her, calls her "piggy," refuses to stock the refrigerator, and fosters an environment where Carmen finds it impossible to eat without judgment.
Anybody who berates Swansea City in any way is wrong.
There, he contends, Milton acquired what has become his essential critical character as the "punitive persona" who "already knows the truth of things, humiliates and berates his charges for their errors, and with obnoxious superiority requires conformity to traditional beliefs" (21).
In yet another, Leary berates a boy's enthusiasm for making friends over the web because the boy doesn't appreciate how much his parents had to pay for the computer, nor does he understand that the main purpose of computers is to maximize profits.
He berates those who chose to misread Hogarth as the first functionalist or a defender of rococo.
An of Walker berates striking council staff telling them they are `well out of order', `totally wrong' and to `get a grip'.
Later, Jack Warner (played by this film's director, Mark Rydell) berates Dean for saying, "I'm not a homosexual.
He berates the Blair government for the NHS, education, etc.
Hurling upwards of 75 multiple-choice questions in three pressure-filled rounds, the "Inquizitor" challenges and berates the players, banishing the lowest scoring contestant each round with his notorious command, "Please leave now.
In the category "New but Not Improved," Ebert berates the children's-cartoon-turned-failed-feature "Inspector Gadget," starring Matthew Broderick and Rupert Everett.
Amid Bent's barrage of Unfathomable physical and psychological abuse, Bluteau achieves the film's most shattering moment when he berates Max for poisoning their verbal lovemaking with the violence of the oppressor.
And that would make him no better than the legislators he regularly berates for pandering to special interests.