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The only person, of course, that could remonstrate with telling effect was our captain, himself a man of dare-devil tradition; and really, for me, who knew under whom I was serving, those were impressive scenes.
Socrates proceeds:--Suppose the Laws of Athens to come and remonstrate with him: they will ask 'Why does he seek to overturn them?
Gueye was seen to race 30 yards to remonstrate with the Everton goalkeeper in the wake of Burnley's equaliser at Turf Moor last weekend.
When housemate Stanley Fawcett went to remonstrate with him, words were exchanged and Watson pushed or punched him.
When housemate Stanley Fawcett went to remonstrate with him about that, words were exchanged and Watson pushed or punched him.
The ban arises out of last month's League semi-final, when Forde clashed with Wexford boss Davy Fitzgerald (above) after he entered the field to remonstrate with referee Diarmuid Kirwan.
Grant was sent off for a second yellow card in the 89th minute by referee John Brooks in Vale's 2-1 home win on November 12 and went back on to the pitch to remonstrate with the official after the final whistle.
The out-spoken Jones voiced his concern at how Biggar had appeared to remonstrate with referee Marius Mitrea following Jack Clifford's try during the Red Rose's 27-13 victory.
The outspoken Jones voiced his concern at how Biggar had appeared to remonstrate with referee Marius Mitrea following Jack Clifford's try during the Red Rose's 27-13 victory.
Kohli, in a separate incident, stopped play to approach Australian batsman Steven Smith and remonstrate with him after an lbw appeal off the bowling of Rohit Sharma had been turned down.
Later, her male passenger appeared to remonstrate with him.
Then you would get the little old lady who would rush from her seat and remonstrate with the baddie after he had given her favourite a hard time.