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Interior Ministry has ordered its bodies and offices in all governorates to raise security alert and tighten defense procedures at the important facilities and vital interests all over the country in anticipation of any castigatory operations.
In Jerome's highly castigatory remarks (which ironically fail to acknowledge that his condition is the ramification of his own doing, i.
"If we're defending the principle that human life should not be touched, it should not be done in a punitive, castigatory or burn-in-hell way," said Italian senator and Opus Dei member Paola Binetti.
In the Calvinistic framework of the poem his voice, unlike that of Whitman, is castigatory and devoid of compassion.
This is not to say that such a role was necessarily critical or castigatory, as it was traditionally meant to be, and as it would become during the civil war and interregnum.
The repetition and hyperbole involved in castigatory preaching approach suggest, paradoxically, its limited effect.
Employers have now begun taking a more castigatory strategy with well-known tormentors, comprising publicly dismissing top executives and revealing the grounds for the firing.