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You dismiss officials for drinking indiscipline but you are letting off the officers involved in gunrunning with a reprimand or a meagre fine?
The club has been fined 100,000 Swiss francs and issued with a reprimand, while the player has been sanctioned with a reprimand," said FIFA's statement.
Based on the conduct of Judges Eriksson and Dempsey, it is surprising that both only received public reprimands and were not removed from office.
Statistics published by the Department for Children, Families and Schools show Middlesbrough has the second highest number of 10 to 17 year olds receiving their first reprimand, warning, conviction, or penalty notice (PND).
Since the practice was reinstituted, eight to nine reprimands per board meeting have been conducted.
As a result, trainers Cyril Friend and Linda Hursthouse and former trainer Emil Kovac all had pounds 300 fines and reprimands rescinded, although they remained technically in breach of the rules of racing.
IF ASBOs are a self-fulfilling prophecy (Examiner Dec 10) that turn teenagers to a career in crime and time in prison, then are we also to believe that earlier verbal reprimands from teachers or parents are the first step towards a teenager's ASBO?
The General Teaching Council has a number of powers including reprimands, ordering teachers to undergo training or suspending them for up to two years.
Violations and reprimand letters: The committee argued that while the exchange should have the authority to issue reprimands, "due process" must be adhered to in determining violations -- in part so that investors are properly informed and can make "educated decisions.
Two clerks and a supervisor got reprimands or poor evaluations for their roles in the Los Angeles Unified School District's delay in submitting state-mandated tests, officials said Monday.
60(a) permits the DOP to issue "private reprimands," a sanction the AICPA supports as long as they are not in effect for an undetermined period.
Mr Husain said the current system of reprimands was formally introduced by the 1998 Crime and Disorder Act with the aim of preventing offending by children and young people.
The reprimands were finalized during special trials to determine planned disciplinary action for the judges.
4) A wise leader never reprimands a subordinate bearing bad news, but rather reprimands those who fail to do so.
This book reduces an MBA program into three steps: developing one minute goals, using one minute praise, and using one minute reprimands.