Pages later, however, he chastises
those who are against sending federal foreign aid to the poor in other countries--though foreign aid is completely unconstitutional.
lurches from the credible to the unbelievable is when the fictitious Magpies' manager chastises
his pounds 8m signing for keeping the assembled media waiting for 15 minutes after a boozy night out.
Bobo's brother chastises
him for being a scaredy-cat; Bobo's grandpa, Boo-Dad, knows exactly how to scare the featrful creature away.
In the Windsor Report, the Lambeth Commission chastises
both our Anglican Church of Canada and the Episcopal Church in the U.S.
The electronics-appliance chain runs an annual ad saying it's closed on Thanksgiving so employees can celebrate with families, and it chastises
competitors who open on the holiday.
his colleagues for voting for the war, and for rolling over on the Bush tax cuts and what he calls the "Every Child Left Behind" education bill.
Burroughs for creating a character whose wildness was not used "in the service of democratic inclusiveness against systems of oppression" (p.212) (unlike Thoreau and Emerson) and in whose work "all men are not created equal." (p.212).
He offers stories of orangutans, elephants, and octopuses that can pick locks and take apart cages and a dolphin that chastises
Your article wrongly chastises
Bishop Fulton Sheen for pointing out serious errors in Freud.
Greenspan for his cavalier attitude on increased regulation and disclosure of derivatives, even as he was condoning the Fed's participation in the rescue.