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Paul would have us respect those leaders who know when to keep silent, when to admonish, and when to praise, and I agree with him.
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God.
I admonish myself sternly, trying to ignore my neighbor, who's panting Lamaze-style and howling like a wolf under her breath.
But as you have been of good behaviour I do now admonish these charges.
As politically correct journalists admonish fashion for its pursuit of flawless beauty, fashion photography has shifted from dream to psychosis.
Justice of the Peace Pamela Pack told Gove: "I am going to admonish you.
A sheriff `decided to admonish the 31-year-old father, who can't be named, after hearing that his career is now in ruins.
But a sheriff could only admonish beast Ryan Yates and ban him from contacting the woman again.
The articles' authors are careful to admonish readers to seek help from qualified legal counsel or a consultant before entering into transactions in a tax haven.