Estrada's lawyers dared her to identify who the court should admonish
but she could not do so since the incident happened behind her back.
Adams did not recuse herself but rather voted along with the other four board members to admonish
A circular was issued 10 days ago, asking policemen to admonish
couples found at secluded spots and send them home.
But please ladies, before you admonish
the chap who's just called you dear, have a quick look at him, access the body language.
Sheriff Robert Mc-Creadie said: "Because of the stress that no doubt existed in the break-up of your relationship I'm prepared to admonish
PAUL'S wise advice to the Thessalonians has these words: "Respect those who work among you and who preside over you in the Lord and admonish
99) doesn't just admonish
that rewrites are necessary: it shows how to avoid rewrites by producing an outline so detailed that it can double as a first draft.
Sluijter has analyzed aspects of Dutch art that simultaneously admonish
and seduce the viewer through mythological and biblical subjects.
Establish an admonishment sanction to allow the PEEC to publicly admonish
a member--when other sanctions are inappropriate--who has violated the code of professional conduct.
Effective when Council approved it, this proposal allows the professional ethics executive committee (PEEC), where warranted, to publicly admonish
(censure) an AICPA member who has violated the Code of Professional Conduct where other sanctions--such as suspension of membership or the issuance of a private letter of required corrective action--are not appropriate under the circumstances.
Rather than admonish
the pair, Clark told them to complete the project before he retired so he could protect the program From the bureaucrats inside the company.