rebuke


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That sparked Pelosi's public rebuke of the lawmaker.
"Her science teacher used to rebuke her on trivial issues," the mother added.
Beginning with the biblical obligation to rebuke in Leviticus 19:17, he explores the degree to which, and in what forms, Jewish, Christian, and early Islamic religious communities embraced, rejected, and understood the injunction.
When they wanted to rebuke a third party, the two brothers would get into a conversation within earshot of the intended recipient and would act as if one were rebuking the other.
In "Washington's Rebuke to Bigotry: Reflections on Our First President's Famous 1790 Letter to the Hebrew Congregation In Newport, Rhode Island", scholars from across the disciplines use the letter as a springboard to engage with important and timely questions regarding religious freedom, religious diversity, and civic identity.
Prime Minister Joomart Otorbayev gave rebuke to several government members and heads of executive agencies for improper implementation of their job tasks, reports the government's press service.
"The remarks of the Defense Minister (Moshe Ylon) if accurate are offensive and inappropriate especially given all that the United States is doing to support Israel's security needs," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in a brief statement that constituted a rare rebuke to close ally Israel.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls said: "This is another embarrassing rebuke for the PM just 24 hours after his panicky and defensive speech on the economy.
It was noteworthy that Khamenehi chose to rebuke Ahmadi-nejad very publicly very early in his term.
The BBC's Washington correspondent, Kim Ghattas, says it was a rare and sharp rebuke from Washington.
Earlier, Iranian lawmakers urged the government to prepare a plan to reduce cooperation with the IAEA over its rebuke.Aa
The incident drew praise from some quarters, including Syria and Hamas, who viewed Turkey's decision as a rebuke for Israeli hostilities against Muslims.
House on July 9 voted almost unanimously (429 to 2) to rebuke President Barack Obama for his June 24 signing statement openly declaring that he could ignore provisions of the legislation he was signing into law.
WALES' rugby team manager has warned of tough consequences should there be a repeat of Sunday's city centre drinking session that landed four stars with a rebuke for their conduct.