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BEIRUT: Mayor Bilal Hamad said Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk's reprimand against him following an investigation into the deaths of two firefighters was "illegal," shifting blame on the office of the governor instead.
According to the reprimand, Schildknecht called District Attorney Michael Munk a "New York Jew" in July 2014.
One taxi driver was given a reprimand for not posting his rates, one was fined e1/450 for covering his meter, another e1/450 for wearing inappropriate clothing and yet another for 'misbehaviour'.
As well as West Ham being fined, both the club and player received reprimands.
On June 15, the committee held a meeting in which they discussed a possible punishment for Eunder, after which the committee announced that it had issued a reprimand of Eunder.
The reprimand for Boykin's actions was sharply worded.
8(e) of the royal charter byelaws and regulations, the committee invited Ambler to consent to the imposition of the sanction of a reprimand by way of consent order without further proceedings, to which he agreed.
Calhoun was threatened with a written, professional reprimand from the University shortly after some of his volunteer work in the pro-life arena received media attention.
Following an investigation, the Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice have upheld complaints about the judge's comments and issued him with a reprimand after his remarks "damaged public confidence in the judicial process", the OJC said.
And the Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice upheld the complaints and issued a reprimand.
Issa Hayatou, a FIFA vice-president and head of African football, was sanctioned with a reprimand.
We have concluded a reprimand adequately protects the reputation of the profession.
Imposing a reprimand, committee chairman Kathy Thomson said: "The committee considers that this is an appropriate and proportionate sanction; teachers have a responsibility to maintain the standards of propriety expected of the profession.
That security guard has received both a verbal and written reprimand that will be put in his personnel file, and he understands that that is not an acceptable behaviour," he added.
She said that the Committee felt that a reprimand was the appropriate and proportionate punishment.