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Referring to this fact, the previous prime minister of the federal state Hessen, Roland Koch (CDU), a former castigator of all-day schools, called the IZBB a 'fall of mankind' (Interview Koch 2008: 22; Interview Rossmann 2008: 13).
Henri Gascar chose to represent Frances Stuart, by that time Duchess of Richmond, as Pallas Athene, the virgin castigator of the vices; presumably because she had repulsed the overtures of Charles II (Goodwood Collection).
Trainer Robin Bastiman took advantage of the scheme to collect more than pounds 25,000 from the appearances of Laund View Leona (rated 14), Time For The Clan (14) and The Castigator (16), despite the trio failing to finish in the prize-money.
Tanzania for instance was the largest recipient of Japanese aid, and this Ampiah attributes to the sheer force and charisma of Julius Nyerere, leading castigator of industrial countries with extensive dealings with South Africa and hugely influential figure within the OAU.
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In 1540 the architect and theorist Sebastiano Serlio (1475-1554) remarked that Vendramin, "a most severe castigator of things licentious," was one of the men of his age most equipped to appreciate the architectural principles of Vitruvius.
The Wetherby-based handler has this year collected more than pounds 25,000 from the appearances of Laund View Leona (rated 14), Time For The Clan (14) and The Castigator (16), despite the trio failing to finish in the prize-money.