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discipline

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to subject (one) to a penalty for a wrong

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But a roomful of ghosts huddled over a punishingly bad speakerphone, jostling for position and desperately trying to make themselves heard is hardly a recipe for a positive outcome.
Its mayo, squirted like toothpaste over the top, tasted punishingly of raw curry powder.
As the Gimcrack approaches and the temperature rises at a punishingly muggy Knavesmire so the betting heats up too, with a queue a near-constant fixture in front of Huddlestone's prime pitch.
A surprising number of Jazz Jam revellers took their places at Brecon Cathedral at the punishingly early hour of 10am on Sunday for the Jazz Festival Service.
Graham Robb, chairman of the Institute of Directors North East, said: "I welcome the prospect of changes to business rates and further relief for small business; business rates can be punishingly expensive for smaller businesses and the IoD will constructively engage in consultations to secure longterm reforms.
My two sons have been indoctrinated by their well-meaning public schools to believe that college is a punishingly difficult pursuit of knowledge.
But what it is is an insipid, boring and punishingly long attempt to tell a story that has been told too many times already.
Now any Unite member is eligible to become a saver with this long established Credit Union which within a comparatively short period of time enables them to access ethical loans, without punishingly high interest rates.
These types of market regulations, coupled with punishingly high carbon taxes, would significantly affect profitability of LNG and FLNG developments.
The RBA has been taking insurance against a global slowdown, a softer labour market, a punishingly high currency and lower prices for Australia's key commodity exports.
In particular there was a slight drop in the punishingly high prices of electricity, water, housing and gas, which rose by 12.
The Titan series is "built to last", an essential requirement in a region with a punishingly hot climate.
They are punishingly expensive and heavy; they are revised too often, yet they are still soon out-of-date.
Life on Sandpaper is, unlike many efforts in this field, much more than mere recollection: punishingly alive, sinuously structured, teeming with vivid incident and precise detail, and almost incantatory in its headlong, roiling, and uninterrupted movement forward into an uncertain and endlessly seductive future.
If the punishingly Sisyphean labor of stymieing referentiality and representation-derived content is a given, Barre works even harder, giving the work's precise attempt at becoming itself and nothing else extraordinarily rapt attention.