Bevans on Monday denied doing so but said he opted not to fight the admonition
because it did not constitute formal discipline by the bar.
The emphasis on the briefings is frequently heavily weighted toward the negative; perhaps the standard admonition
is routinely given if only to protect the briefer's backside.
It brought new meaning to the admonitions
of the nuns at my seventh-grade Catholic school dances to "leave room for the Holy Spirit.
The Qur'an includes admonition
as well as other things, such as legal provisions, stories, and instruction on how to refine manners.
I am very weary of it, and I have been fighting this scientifically unsupportable admonition
for 40 years.
The truth of the admonition
from Ecclesiastes has been proven now that Jackson has found the rifle he "cast upon the waters" so many years ago.
Despite this admonition
, I believe that our field will benefit enormously by expanding our cadre of physicians committed to the science of environmental health.
Perhaps what we need instead are a thousand "town criers" like Bob Barker, the venerable game show host who closes every Price is Right with an admonition
to "spay or neuter your pet.
"We must love each other or die.
My struggle also is not because I have any doubt that I and other ELCA members need that admonition
On 18 February, a WSJ headline writer jotted down "Making Sure the Kids Are Alright," thereby contravening the admonition
on page 9 of The Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Usage, by Paul Martin: "all right (adv.
How do they respond to Thomas Jefferson's admonition
to "Question with boldness even the existence of a God"?
One of the benefits of the mutual affirmation and admonition
resulting from the co-operative agreement between Canadian Anglicans and Lutherans is that parochialism, ethnocentrism and narrow domesticity, no matter where its source, can be mutually challenged and transformed into opposite endeavours.
This example underscores the importance of the admonition
to authors in the "Instructions to Authors" for EAR, NOSE & THROAT JOURNAL, which states the following: "A search of the literature should not exclude sources published before 1966 (pre-MEDLINE) if they are pertinent to the current manuscript.
But it is a somber admonition
as to the state of our art and its finances.