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A rep for HFPA confirmed that there was no truth to the rumours that they had chastised the host during the show and that his time on stage "was not altered one iota".
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.
This earned a rebuke from FEMA spokesperson Mary Hudak, who chastised the rescue workers for being excessively concerned about innocent Americans and insufficiently devoted to federal image maintenance.
Chastised by Wall Street in the 1990s for overspending on capital projects, they have cut capital expenditures to the bone, consolidated, and removed excess capacity from the system.
If the underwriter has information that clearly improves the risk--documented for audit (not to mention, Sarbanes-Oxley) purposes--then, the decision to use that information is proper and should not be pedantically chastised by the reinsurer.
I MUTTLEY, severely chastised by GRA big-wigs for moaning about open race planning, has worked out what's going wrong.
I look forward to the day that the LGBT community tells candidates how much they owe us instead of being chastised when asking for justice.
Lewis also chastised the United States and the developed world for ignoring the AIDS pandemic while spending enormous resources for wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Times went on to report that on the same day of Magistrate Hart's decision, a Utah appeals court judge chastised another lawyer for "textual malfeasance.
Chastised for terminating Mary Stuart's more romantic and conventionally feminine narrative of love, marriage, motherhood, and captivity, Elizabeth is characterized as the "destroyer of legitimate yet powerless femininity" (104) and an "unattractive and heartless instrument of history" (108) in these accounts.