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In her new book she castigates Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson for taking David Beckham apart when he missed training because Brooklyn was ill.
He criticizes those who would apply reason to religious faith, and castigates "cafeteria Catholics" who subscribe only to those religious dictates with which they agree, but then argues that the Catholic Church's call for "a just wage" is based on "misunderstood economics"
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.
In Dnevnik, Jordanka Ivanovska castigates the announcements on new 90 employments in the public transportation enterprise, which despite its losses will "live" off of two million euro subsidies this year.
CDATA[ Comptroller Lindenstrauss castigates gov't for not having implemented previous decisions to improve Israels Arabic-language public relations.
Speaking of ``Blind and oblivious'' (Your Opinion, March 5), in his letter Lloyd Fradkin castigates George Bush for somehow making his tax return smaller.
SIR: Edward Robbins (AR November 2002, p20) rightly castigates the architectural profession for gathering round the corpse of the World Trade Center like hyenas, and the uncritical assumptions made about the necessity of rebuilding.
SIR - John Owen castigates, to some extent, certain people for wanting quangos to be moved.
BUT THE SCRUTINY OF THE PUBLIC EYE DOESN'T JUST INVADE people s privacy, it also manipulates and castigates them.
In the Sophist Plato castigates two kinds of sophists, pseudo-dialecticians and blustering rhetoricians, while recognizing that there are legitimate practitioners of both dialectic and rhetoric.