chastise


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He added: "Johnny Johnson is a true hero having flown more than 50 missions during the Second World War and operated as a bomb aimer on the Lancaster during Operation Chastise.
The mastermind behind the mission - codename Operation Chastise - was Dr Barnes Wallis, also designer of the Wellington bomber.
But the council -- frustrated by activists and gadflies who use their time to chastise and shout at council members -- has reduced individual public comment time from two minutes to one minute on busy days.
THE Prime Minister blames parents for the rise in yob behaviour but I think it is the fault of the government for taking away a parent's right to chastise their children.
Parenting is a skill and parents should have the responsibility and the right to chastise their children.
The approaching bullets that dot the canvas, small circles with acid yellow halos, seem to chastise us for our delight in looking at the carnage.
The Post didn't chastise Peru's government for turning down all requests for autopsies.
But he has also drawn the ire of frustrated Catholic activists who would have liked him to directly and publicly chastise some of the city's many Catholic politicians who loudly profess their pro-abortion stances along with their Church affiliation.
When Hellboy George visited the pope at the Vatican, the pope did chastise him for the war in Iraq.
Cicilline used the occasion to chastise Bush for trying to merge religion and government.