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words expressive of strong disapproval

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Princess Diana confirmed to (https://www.ibtimes.com/princess-diana-received-wounding-excoriating-letter-princess-margaret-biographer-says-2720009) Andrew Morton the letter in her "Diana: Her True Story - In Her Own Words" biography where she admitted that she received a "furious note of reproof" from Princess Margaret.
But when it comes to inflation, it seems that there is an effort to limit reproof to: 'It's the government's fault,' 'The rich oligarchs are to blame,' and 'Inflation is just a part of modern economies.'
Our story begins 1,200 or so years ago, around 800 A.D., as a civilization flourished in the jungles reaching from the Guatemalan highlands north to the Yucatan, cultivating a thriving agriculture, building extraordinary temples, deriving a mathematically perfect calendar, and evolving an astronomy of such sophistication that its accuracy stood as a reproof to the best Europe had to offer a millennium later.
If your roof shingles are on the dark side, you may want to consider a lighter color when time comes to reproof.
Her heroic actions are a double-edged reproof. In this moment and in others in the film, Nakia's exploits reproach T'Chaka's refusal to engage in political and martial action on behalf of the Pan-African world.
That brief and awkward moment of reproof recurred as she and I got closer.
But when I presented my doubts before the teachers, apart from reproof and reproach, they did not give a satisfactory answer and always sought to silence me saying that to exercise reason in religion is the work of unbelievers and apostates [...]"
Among other sources for his reproof are Valentine's Day celebrations, Christmas and "foreign music playing in the streets."
Reproof is also compulsory if the bore of barrels has been enlarged above certain limitations or weakened in any way through damage and subsequent repair.
Though he sometimes has to engage strong emotions in his letters, Paul seems to prefer a tone of gentle reproof: "I am writing you this not to shame you but to admonish you as my beloved children" (1 Cor.
Tarfon in TB Arakhin 16b and Bava Batra 15b: "I wonder whether anyone in this generation accepts reproof, for if one says to him, Remove the mote from your eye, he will answer, Remove the beam from yours!" Thus, according to the LXX, the dove brought a small twig in her beak for the purpose of building her nest.
Churchill's well-known predilection for micromanagement receives particularly strong reproof.
This represents an obvious attack against the honor of the state." Accusing Erdoy-an of placing himself beyond reproof, the CHP leader emphasized that nobody should see themselves as above the law.
"Such manner of legal practice deserves the reproof of this Court.
The reproof was given to Vice Minister of Finance Ruslan Dalenov for delay in execution of the plan of legislative activity of the Government in 2014.