castigation


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something, such as loss, pain, or confinement, imposed for wrongdoing

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On the other hand, the society's complicity verges on its general denial of such episodes of abuse and in its convenient castigation and mortification of abuse victims.
He ended his speech stating that "we need to choose cooperation over castigation and the resilient democracy of Pakistan will continue to rise.
Students unionism is not about castigation of violence, or instigation of trouble - it is just about how we can ameliorate the trouble and violence.
Three repeated violations from hospitals may also lead to the castigation of the facility's license by the Department of Health (DOH).
Monday's ceremony - held in Lund, site of the founding of the Lutheran World Federation - was neither a celebration of Luther nor a castigation of Catholicism; instead, it was a commitment to, as the pope said, "mend a critical moment of our history by moving beyond the controversies and disagreements that have often prevented us from understanding one another.
Further scathing castigation would be non-productive - it has already been well documented by supporters this season.
Ken Livingstone's recent comments may have been ill-advised and historically inaccurate but he does not deserve to suffer national castigation, and suspension, or worse, from the Labour Party.
To make matters worse, the game's governing body, World Rugby, also joined in the public castigation of a thoroughly decent and honourable man.
Alan Arrojado, JTGS commander, said the concentration of the field military operation (FMO) under Oplan Castigation 17-15 were in the towns of Indanan, Parang, Patikul and Talipao where the Abu Sayyaf brigands are believed based.
Erdoy-an's castigation of the GE-len movement began in December 2013 when a series of investigations implicating him and his inner circle in acts of corruption were made public.
Ruth, Roger and Me is not an angry castigation of the selfish values that underpinned our emergence from economic regulation and control.
Khan strongly took exception to Altaf's castigation of PTI women workers.
Pity that 'doing the right thing' had to be forced on them by threats of sponsorship withdrawals, by patrons resigning and public castigation from Olympic hero, Jessica Ennis-Hill and an army of furious fans.
One gamer's gluttonous consumption of paranormal action adventure will match another's castigation.
MURDERED: SOUL SUSPECT (PS4) MURDERED: Soul Suspect is a Marmite title, where one gamer's gluttonous consumption of paranormal action adventure will match another's cold-hearted castigation.