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Northrop Grumman fired back with its own release in which company chairman and chief executive officer Kent Kresa chastised TRW directors and accused the company of withholding information.
Last year, he publicly chastised top offensive player Brendan Shanahan.
LAFCO chastised Los Angeles officials earlier this week for a report saying the new city would have to pay $285 million a year in an alimony payment.
Board President Wilda Andrejcik chastised Robinson for his remark.
The banks were villains by acting irresponsibly but, now they're trying to act responsibly, they're getting chastised for not lending irresponsibly again.
The banks were villains by acting irresponsibly, but now they're trying to act responsibly, they're getting chastised for not lending irresponsibly again.
Summary: BEIRUT: The president of the General Labor Confederation, Ghassan Ghosn, chastised the government for environmental neglect Thursday.
Gervais, 49, had disappeared for sometime during the second half of the show, and rumours started that the Hollywood Foreign Press had chastised him for insulting many A-listers in the audience.
Doctors and patients shouldn't be chastised for obfuscating to protect their freedoms.
Speaker Ken Kowalski chastised opposition MLA's "'tyranny of the assembly against private members (Canadian Press, Aug.
Commission Vice President Bill Boyarsky was chastised when he pointed out that the proposed changes seem to weaken current rules regarding lobbyists.
He put his own verve for invective to work in a March letter to the editor in the weekly Webster-Kirkwood Times (WKT) in which he chastised the WKT editor for being a liberal ranter and the "Son-of-Maureen-Dowd.
At the same time, Edmead chastised the Empire State Development Corporation for using Forest City Ratner's former legal counsel to serve as an outside adviser on the environmental review of the Atlantic Yards, disqualifying him from the job.
A recent United Nations Human Development Report chastised the U.
School Board of Brevard County decision, Presnell chastised school officials for using the church for the school ceremonies and agreed with Americans United's assertions that neutral locations were the proper forums for such events.