AT Glastonbury, Sir Bob Geldof moved the crowd to unexpected tears with his impassioned plea for Make Poverty History and, on the eve of Live 8, he gatecrashes the last show of the series for some last-minute spirited haranguing
Embarrassed herself in the boardroom by haranguing
Adam: "When your best friends are Mr Pinot and Mr Grigio, you wanna watch it.
Emerson blames this all too easily on the inability of men to "open up," a point she drives home by haranguing
a Vietnam veteran: "You can't be made of ice.
As one might expect, they run the gamut from the dramatic to the mundane: a semiliterate Union trooper haranguing
about the "Rebbles," a shocked survivor of Antietam, an eager young doughboy on his way to France, a soldier walking through the dead ashes of Nagasaki.
The Kabaka then strode around threatening and haranguing
them, but, getting tired, decided to release them.
The party's defeat in the South Antrim by-election was not the fault of Mr Trimble, but of his critics, whose continual haranguing
has only served to weaken the clout of the Ulster Unionist Party.
One of the things that we've found very painful is the tactics of the staff association--for example, the haranguing
and harassment of Arthur Kinoy as he was coming out of the anniversary celebration for the Chicago Seven.
IN response to the Limmyhaters haranguing
me for liking it - no, it's not just because it's Scottish.
Quakers are not known for their preaching, though George Fox, the first Quaker, was not averse to haranguing
his followers for a long time indeed.
We just think girls washing cars in bikinis and great live music are lots more entertaining than somebody haranguing
you with their personal religious views.
DISGRACED MP Eric Joyce was pinned to the floor and arrested by police after haranguing
The ars dictarninis was the medieval art of letter-writing; the ars arengandi, the medieval an of haranguing
, or secular speech-making.
The chairman wrote O'Dwyer a copyrighted letter accusing him of haranguing
staff members, "disgraceful and sordid actions," and "desperate malice.
homilists or those with nothing to say, off-key singers, surly ushers, horrendous sound systems, and obnoxiously loud families-Catholics take them all in stride.
While her years of suffering the verbal abuse of her parents enable her to withstand the haranguing
of her superiors, she realizes that she must learn to become a leader and have more confidence in herself in order to be of use to her fellow cadets.