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No child deserves to live a life of perpetual fear and castigation.
Sri Lanka said it upholds Commonwealth values and has never sought their change and Baird's comment in justifying Canada's action is a castigation of the organization as a whole and believes that the wider Commonwealth stands in solidarity against such manipulations.
Sri Lanka said it upholds Commonwealth values and has never sought their change and Baird s comment in justifying Canada's action is a castigation of the organization as a whole and believes that the wider Commonwealth stands in solidarity against such manipulations.
As one US official put it, the administration has determined "to embrace Netanyahu" from now on, instead of hitting back at his powerful castigation of Washington's dealings with Tehran.
CASTIGATION of the unemployed is nothing new when remembering the tirades of abuse directed at those unfortunates, from the LIKES of Peter Lilley and Michael Portillo in the last Tory government.
The defendant also told the court that he had been jailed, along with his son and daughter's husband, in harsh conditions while his reputation had been subject to castigation and had been tarnished while he had been locked up.
A tribute to, and castigation of, the city whose magnificence has famously entrapped its residents in myriad existential crises, the pic follows a stalled author gradually awakening from the slumber of intellectual paralysis.
RATHER than the relentless castigation of smokers, it's about time the Government paid more attention to the ongoing problem of alcohol abuse, particularly among the young.
Teachers and heads are passionately concerned about pupils' progress, but they need support not castigation.
The security service practiced a pre-censorship in the past, but they introduced this economic castigation to cost the newspapers hug revenue loses they cannot afford for long time.
Setbacks at that level should not lead to his castigation, though, and it is entirely feasible the capable McCain will have him even sharper and stronger for what is likely to be his big engagement of the year.
As the body was the vehicle for their transgression, so it becomes the vehicle for their castigation.