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discipline

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to subject (one) to a penalty for a wrong

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Will Atkins," said I to him, "though I am afraid that what you say has too much truth in it, yet can you not tell your wife she is in the wrong; that there is a God and a religion better than her own; that her gods are idols; that they can neither hear nor speak; that there is a great Being that made all things, and that can destroy all that He has made; that He rewards the good and punishes the bad; and that we are to be judged by Him at last for all we do here?
A law that punishes stone throwers already exists, but it differentiates between throwing stones as a means of protest and throwing stones with the intent to harm.
THIS is with reference to the article "Law that punishes the innocent" by Les Horton, (GDN, June 24).
We have all come across companies with an interactive voice response system that punishes you for hitting "0" in search of an operator by ending your call.
He said: "God does not punish for no reason but collectively punishes.
Baseball already punishes for recreational drugs, but players are tested only when teams believe there is cause to do so.
So how can abolitionists claim that the death penalty unfairly punishes black people and other minorities?