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Re)Posing with Cleopatra," the final chapter, establishes the resistance of Shakespeare's Cleopatra to the imperial rape narrative, which is partly achieved through her insistence on her "blackness" against the Renaissance tradition of assimilating Cleopatra to chastising discourses of "whiteness.
SS, South Shields "Teachers were prevented from chastising kids in schools.
Bustamante devoted his opening to chastising Schwarzenegger for ignoring the debate and agreeing to participate in only one forum - the one in which candidates will receive questions ahead of time.
Henry Gradstein, president of the Board of Information Technology, which is overseeing Adelphia's franchise negotiations, sent Delgadillo a three-page letter chastising him for allegedly compromising the back-room deal.
After 45 minutes of residents' chastising, the board appeared willing to work toward a solution.
As for your fellow employee chastising you for using the valet, a couple of questions jump right out.
Members must wear gloves at all times when chastising each other in public, limit their pummeling to three-minute rounds with a one-minute rest so they can catch their breath and never hit a member who's down on one knee.
Mitchell, acting as judge in the case, ruled against NTS on Monday, chastising the company for not providing sufficient proof of its ``extraordinary'' claims.
It was the tip from the ``low level'' employee that led Hayes to send an angry letter chastising Garcetti for what she believes was a calculated effort to smear Barry Groveman, the Los Angeles Unified lawyer-consultant who is investigating Belmont and plans to challenge Garcetti in next year's elections.
Chastising Reynaldo Manso Chavez as ``cowardly'' for running down a 5-year-old boy and fleeing, a judge sentenced him Thursday to a year in jail and ordered him to visit the morgue to see crash victims.
Too often, City Council members spend their time and energy and the public treasury dealing with global or national issues, chastising foreign governments and futilely trying to rectify social inequities instead of making sure the city is run efficiently and for the benefit of the people who live here.
Although he was disappointed in the ruling, Public Defender Kenneth Clayman said he was pleased that the Court of Appeal made a point of chastising the judges.