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We castigate the physician who loses his temper without looking at the root cause of what made him lose his temper.
Yet Edsel was too much a loyal son to castigate his father, and internalized the pain as he waited to succeed his father naturally.
But before we castigate those fellow travellers for hiding behind their papers or gazing at their shoes, we should ask ourselves: would we have acted any differently
But just because it is easy to discredit Lewis's theories and castigate his influence on American neoconservatives doesn't mean that the other side--the "Arabists"--are correct in their assessment of the Iraqi and the larger Arab Islamic world.
Douglas Hay and Norma Landau's examination of the legal system of eighteenth-century England leads them neither to adulate nor castigate; rather they appear to chide.
However, Bishop Harvey's message asked why church leaders "castigate" Bishop Buckle while issuing "no reprimand to Bishop Michael Ingham for his actions which brought this whole matter to a head." Bishop Harvey, who participated in the September "commissioning" of Bishop Buckle as bishop to the disaffected New Westminster parishes, said Bishop Ingham ignored "the collegiality of the house of bishops and the traditional teaching of the Anglican Communion."
'Politicians should tell the people what they have done and not to castigate others.
Lugari MP Ayub Savula has no rights and powers to castigate Opposition leader Raila Odinga over the oath plan, Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has said.
So it is illogical to castigate him on the internet and in the press for enforcing the perfectly sensible laws on speeding, which he did not make.
There's such a big commotion About this girl that won a car You'd think it was a travestyThat she came here from afarThey castigate the judges Say the whole thing was unfair A model wins this super prize Because she knew just what to wearShe didn't follow local rules Did not heed the local planHer body wasn't orange She wasn't wearing her fake tan The judges should be fashion blind Could be binmen,cooks or farmers Then perhaps a local scouse girl Would have won -in pink pyjamasIan Kenyon, Huyton
Those who have conveniently chosen to forget this fact have decided to use it as an opportunity to suggest that Mr Beales and the Christian faith castigate single parents per se when nothing could be further from the truth.
"Instead, it is being used as a means to castigate and slander members of the community."
Likewise, liberals who are committed above all else to reelecting Bipartisan Bill in 1996 frequently castigate as ultraleftists everyone who challenges him from the progressive side.
Since the initial intention to act arises unconsciously, Libet asserts that religious and philosophical systems "create insurmountable moral and psychological difficulties when they castigate individuals for simply having a mental intention or impulse to do something unacceptable, even when this is not acted out."
On the other hand, sewers and sewermen served as a useful tool of the left to castigate and riducule the bourgeoisie about its anal and sexual inhibitions.