upbraid


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express criticism towards

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He was writing on the subject of Plaid's candidates for its forthcoming presidential election and he wanted to upbraid me on my apparent lack of knowledge about the candidates.
Tory members wanted to go further and upbraid him and other Ministers for a "serious error of judgment" in consistently claiming the arms embargo applied only to the junta which deposed President Kabbah.
On page 4 we read Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman claiming it's a "proper, bustling university town" while he upbraids a southern journalist who has "never been to Huddersfield".
I'm in a business where the only thing that matters is weight and appearance" Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher who has to lose weight for the new film "You're actually very rude, the way you behave" Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn upbraids reporters as he left his home in Islington, north London "Bombing may appear to be relatively risk-free, yet surely the lesson of war is that what happens is not what was predicted" Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman
Wild she arraigns the eternal doom, Upbraids each sacred power, Till, spent, she sought her silent room, All in the lonely tower.
Emmerdale ITV 1 Wales True love walks a rocky road in Emmerdale when Natasha upbraids Mark for considering cancelling his golfing trip, telling him that Faye is obviously just toying with him.
You would be forgiven in thinking that the B52s had split up years ago, but honking lead singer Fred Schneider upbraids me politely.
The Commission upbraids Athens for not having adopted an appropriate waste management plan and for tolerating the unregulated disposal of most hazardous waste produced in the country, in breach of several requirements of Directive 75/442/EEC.
For example, he upbraids Paul Oliver and others in the most dramatic fashion throughout the book, claiming that white scholars have missed the truth about the blues because they are white, but then turns around and asserts an interpretation that is frequently indistinguishable from Oliver's--all the while claiming that it is new because it is theological and it is correct because he is black.
Her initial surprise soon gives way to anger as she upbraids the bakers for intruding upon her affairs and for making her an object of their worship.
The Grand Inquisitor, a menacing old churchman, visits Jesus ' cell and upbraids him for returning, saying that the Church no longer needs him, that he has misapprehended man's nature and has burdened man with too much freedom.
They might as well say get younger, because that's how easy it is" Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher who has to lose weight for a new film "You're actually very rude, the way you behave" Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn upbraids reporters as he left his home in Islington, north London "Bombing may appear to be relatively risk-free, yet surely the lesson of war is that what happens is not what was predicted" Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman
A woman gets on the bus and upbraids Hancock for refusing to give her his seat.
Another Tablet Magazine contributor, Michelle Goldberg, upbraids the Anti-Defamation League for unfairly painting legitimate critics of Israel with the anti-Israel brush.
He also upbraids the paper for being unhip when it comes to arts and culture coverage; during his brief tenure, Raines ordered up a top-secret white paper to bring the Times' culture coverage into the 21st century.