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If you create an environment of fear and reprehension, people will cover up mistakes because they're scared of you.
In the same vein, Freitas (2012) argues that the usage of certain facial expressions, physical restrictions and prosodic traces of maternal speech would create a reprehension context that allows the child to grasp the meanings of 'no'.
6) "The use of the Teacher, is to teache true religion and doctrine: of the Pastor to applie the doctrine by exhortation, reprehension, consolation and such other menes as may serve most fitte for the edification, and as the occasions of the Church require.
Irrefutably ironic towards Marcher as the incarnation of the Empire, James's apocalyptic prophecy of the Empire's fate in "The Beast in the Jungle" thinly disguises his reprehension of imperialism.
ABSTRACT Introduction Trans youths are more likely to experience negative social and parental reactions suggesting reprehension, from disapproving looks to physical violence.
The view that this vote was "a condition for Brazil's own economic expansionism" (Moniz Bandeira 1989, 226) certainly does not fit into the factual situation of hesitation and half-hearted reprehension, culminating in a decision that was far from seen as ideal by Brazil.
Glosses are provided for many words that either appear in modern dictionaries or, if used by Browne in ways that differ slightly from modern usage, seem clear enough in their context: in Religio Medici alone, glosses are provided for importunity, singularity, clime, prelates, usurpation, scrupulous, take up the gauntlet, extirpate, inveigle (spelled differently in text and in key word in gloss), solecism, equivocal (twice), cosmography, prodigies, hieroglyphics, Pentateuch, legerdemain, changelings, progenies, antipathies (twice), construe, memento mori, livery, flaming mountains ("volcanoes"), inundation, reprehension, impostures, peccadillo, quotidian, prating, husbandman, deleterious.
The missing fish caused great reprehension and an investigation by the state police.
As Harington puts it, this activity bred 'Jelosy, Jarrs, and complaints', including Bishop Aylmer's reprehension of his son-in-law.
Y todavia insiste: "Tambien tuvieron su oculta pero fuerte reprehension los senores del tiempo de Cervantes, por no apreciar como debian las obras de ingenio" ([seccion]138), aunque el mismo Cervantes contradice esa afirmacion de Mayans, pues en la cita que acompana tal afirmacion dice don Quijote: "Senores y grandes hay en Espana a quien puedan dirigirse, dijo el primo.
Roscio que se admiraba al ver a un procurador general empenado en defender el uso del tapete dejando correr con tanto abuso el tratamiento de Don contra lo dispuesto en dicha cedula [se refiere a las Reales Cedulas de Gracias al Sacar], y no queriendo yo que a mi se me haga igual reprehension, lo represento a V.
883); strong protest of the council at FMC's decision to prolong Moody's furlough because of his illness (909-10); the council's reprehension of FMC for their "repeatedly singling out one member of the Council [presumably Moody] for preferential treatment" (950-51).
The people looked with most jealous scrutiny to the exercise of power, which did not emanate from themselves, and they usually rewarded the rulers with slender gratitude, for the compliances, by which, in softening their instructions from beyond the sea, they had incurred the reprehension of those who gave them.
Milton, who counted on his readers reacting with reprehension at the pride of Satan, could not count on such a response if he had written Paradise Lost in modern times.