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The 43-year-old Countdown presenter castigates herself for not contacting him sooner, although her father refused to meet her when she tried 20 years ago.
She castigates the church for setting "sexual sin above all other sorts of offense," yet has spent the complete thrust of her article on nothing else but sex.
On the other hand, he is blind to almost all twentieth-century design (apart from its obvious defects, which he castigates endlessly) and to most modern art except the work of Matisse, whom he idolises, and a few other painters.
Steiner castigates "those who preach 'morality'" for not being sufficiently moral.
He sometimes caricatures those who hold opposing views (especially in his introduction) in the interest of advancing his own, and he castigates Hale for "reading the work as the patron wished it to be read, excluding a level of subversion surely intended by the artist to be recognized as such" (4).
The EEB castigates all 15 EU Member States for their reluctance to apply what is regarded as one of the major pieces of environmental legislation of the last three years.
He castigates those, whoever they may be, who, though they know God's righteous judgment, not only do what has just been castigated but even applaud those who practice such things.
Bruce rightly castigates feminists for championing women who kill their children, yet says nothing about their support for women who kill allegedly abusive male partners--a cause to which she herself lent her efforts on at least one dubious occasion.
Although he castigates opponents of Afrocentrism for heedlessly lumping together themes and thinkers, he only fitfully defines what he means by the term.
castigates new England ADWEEK for this: "O&P's Ervin said that he read the plan, which he found 'inciteful,' but ultimately, its recommendations were not enacted.