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Many of you don't understand the kind of pressure these men were up against," he chided readers.
At a March 2001 seminar on the European Commission's (EC) Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive, environment commissioner Margot Wallstrom chided several European towns and cities, including the EC's hometown of Brussels, for not implementing the directive's requirements on time.
While the actor wanted the ad to bring hope to other paralyzed people, some critics chided him for being overly optimistic about the current state of research into spinal cord regeneration.
In the preface to his Poesias gasconas (1567), he chided his fellow countrymen for preferring French to Gascon and pleaded for a restoration of the native dialect.
Finally, the 10th Circuit chided the IRS for being inconsistent.
And we see yet another chapter being written in 'Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds' ", chided Cohen, noting the huge investments in start-up component companies and the quick efforts to cut losses, sometimes within a framework of a year or less.
In the statement, Pyongyang chided Asean member states for not being 'morally qualified' to tackle North Korea's nuclear program because they ignored the 'hostile policy and nuclear threat' that the US imposed on North Korea.
The film itself chided the MPAA for secrecy in how it rates films.
MODERN-DAY footballers are still regularly chided for their minimal working hours, amid all the old-fashioned stereotypes of finishing training at 12.
com, Kuo, former deputy director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, blasted Democrats for raising church-state objections to the plan but also chided Republicans for not pushing hard enough for it.
ITEM: Allan Sloan of Newsweek chided President Bush for using "phallic" imagery by demanding a "robust" tax cut instead of a "little bitty" one.
Go Fish had a gang of gals who cheered and chided each other, as did the critically scorned but audience-friendly films Bar Girls and Everything Relative; all of these were marked by the friendships familiar to lesbian viewers.
King Abdullah chided world leaders for permitting "the problem of Palestinian refugees.
I particularly remember one excellent homily by the then-Bishop Adam Exner, wherein he chided parents for praying for vocations in the abstract--that is, send us priests, but don't take my boy.
Such figures as Frances Yates, Northrop Frye and Paul Oskar Kristeller are chided with varying degrees of severity for having incorrectly understood or not having properly appreciated the importance of the tradition as here defined.