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The deputy mayor was absolutely astounded when a member of the public barged into the mayor's parlour and started berating him in a very threatening manner.
If you really want to honour Cardiff City, this business of thinking we can lift ourselves by berating our Welsh brothers, or having a go at English clubs has to stop.
Mourinho has been heavily criticised, with suggestions that his berating of Frisk's performance in Chelsea's Champions League tie at Barcelona sparked the threats which prompted the referee to quit the game.
If you've ever attended a major gay rights rally and found yourself puzzled as to why almost all the speakers spent their time berating gay people for being racists, be puzzled no more.
She is like the worst teacher you ever had at school, berating contestants for laughing.
WASHINGTON -- The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) said today it has filed an amicus brief in federal court in Jefferson City, Missouri supporting the state of Missouri's efforts to defend a state law that bans protests at funerals - including a national effort underway by a Kansas church to disrupt military funerals by berating the families of military men and women who have died in combat.
Reminding the House that PML-N was berating the very President, who had been elected by masses for 5 years, he said that PPPP had always believed in politics of reconciliation, and would always continue the practice.
Strongly berating the negative trend of bad-mouthing representatives of masses, he said that this negative trend was against the reconciliation policy of government, and said that this negative trend of PML-N, only verified the claim of opponents of Mian Nawaz Sharif that he as empty-headed (imprudent).
He rides to fires on his bicycle, berating his colleagues en route.
LAHORE, March 05, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The secretary general JI, Liaqat Baloch, while strongly berating the shift of police culture into a regular mafia, has vowed to speed up JIs efforts to foster ethnic harmony and brotherhood among masses.
LAHORE, March 05, 2010 (Frontier Star): The secretary general JI, Liaqat Baloch, while strongly berating the shift of police culture into a regular mafia, has vowed to speed up JI's efforts to foster ethnic harmony and brotherhood among masses.