Mihaylo, who when he was CEO of Inter-Tel did not provide guidance to the investment community or stockholders, would now chastise
the Company for not providing guidance.
But the council -- frustrated by activists and gadflies who use their time to chastise
and shout at council members -- has reduced individual public comment time from two minutes to one minute on busy days.
Free to walk the streets, do business, bribe his way back up the behinds of Tory big-wigs and free to chastise
anybody who does not refer to him as Lord Archer.
The approaching bullets that dot the canvas, small circles with acid yellow halos, seem to chastise
us for our delight in looking at the carnage.
them when they complain it fails to meld into classroom lessons.
The Post didn't chastise
Peru's government for turning down all requests for autopsies.
But he has also drawn the ire of frustrated Catholic activists who would have liked him to directly and publicly chastise
some of the city's many Catholic politicians who loudly profess their pro-abortion stances along with their Church affiliation.
When Hellboy George visited the pope at the Vatican, the pope did chastise
him for the war in Iraq.
Cicilline used the occasion to chastise
Bush for trying to merge religion and government.
Ottawa's policy with native peoples to date is a national disgrace that not only harms the social fabric, but also puts the lie to the government's pious statements whenever it chooses to take a stand on human rights or to chastise
other jurisdictions for their treatment of ethnic groups.
Further, while the state promotes a uniform building code to encourage development statewide, it doesn't chastise
the city for following its own more complicated code.
On the other hand, Boyle pursues her goal by denying the corporeal reference, so that there is no sin for Augustinus to chastise