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Frankly, you should show a bit more class" - Labour's acting leader Harriet Harman chides the Prime Minister.
"'All right, thanks' is what you think of your cheese and pickle sandwich" Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz chides Andy Murray for his unenthusiastic response when asked "How was the wedding?
Our young theologian chides us by saying that "sex between married people is not automatically more sacramental than between two unmarried people." She says "what's right and wrong before God is not decided by majority vote" and immediately follows with a plea for us to listen to the vast majority of a segment of our society (young adults).
"My friend's beautiful, brown-skinned, five-year-old daughter clutches her baby picture, beams with pride and boasts that she was born white, I cringe." "My husband chides me for allowing our son, who is much lighter than us, to play in the summer sun.
We note that a letter (ECHOLetters,May 7) chides your publication for its lack of coverage on Canada's participation in the Battle.
She is teaching her children sound management principles to the point that her 10-year-old daughter chides her when she uses a debit card.
Peters chides the National Commission on Terrorism for monitoring the activities of foreign students who might, as an example, switch their majors from English to nuclear physics ("Tilting at Windmills," July/August 2000).
Hampton in his indignant flag-waving mode--an implicit insult to Americans less xenophobic than himself, of which there are happily quite a few- chides me for calling The Straight Story "propaganda," adding, "as if Lynch's taking money from Disney were inherently more compromising than Abbas Kiarostami working under the aegis of a totalitarian theocracy." What I'd like to know is where he sees propaganda for theocracy or totalitarianism in Kiarostami's films.
She takes issue with Lawrence and Jeanne Fawtier Stone's findings about an "open elite" and patriarchy and chides Beckett for ignoring women and Cannadine for concentrating excessively on status, wealth, and power instead of people.
Now I think it might stop tomorrow precisely because I say yes to everything" Clare Balding saying she has been on TV too much "50 shades of granny" How TV's Piers Morgan described Madonna's public kiss on Canadian rapper Drake, 28 years her junior "'All right, thanks' is what you think of your cheese and pickle sandwich" Vanessa Feltz chides Andy Murray for his unenthusiastic response when asked "How was the wedding?" "And we have to move on from 1926, and if we moved on much further I'd be dead" Actress Penelope Wilton, who says she is not upset that Downton Abbey is to coming to an end
"Eat life or life will eat you" - Dame Joan Collins chides a fellow partygoer for adopting a sugar-free regime.