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You shall not hate in your heart anyone of your kin; you shall reprove your neighbor, or you will incur guilt yourself.
This new version of Chartkeeper integrates voice recognition technology that reduces transcription costs and reproves information accuracy by enabling users to dictate directly into the chart.
He is "always joking with her," never reproves her, even "babies her" much of the time.
The playwright, like the satirist who denounc es corruption even as he wallows in it, reproves the behavior he is also offering in response to public demand, as Dillon argues in her fourth chapter, appropriately entitled "The Place of Dirt.
30) The Pauline statement to Timothy suggests that through Scripture, the Spirit teaches, reproves, corrects and instructs (2 Tim.
The bishop, who shares a constituency with the rebels but reproves their use of violence, became key to initiating negotiations.
At first her father's wealth earns Sara a degree of indulgence from Miss Minchin, though the headmistress severely reproves Sara's attempts to communicate with Becky, the young, black scullery maid (Vanessa Lee Chester).
It specifies that it is one of the most horrible forms of collective punishment which reproves all international laws, charters and conventions.
Hate the one who reproves at the gate," and you "push aside the needy at the gate," and finally, "Hate evil and love good, and establish justice in the gate.
1996 (May): The Canadian Medical Association reproves Dr.
Having deprived the poet of his customary atmospherics, Bronzino insouciantly reproves Petrarch for not having portrayed Laura's face in the onion.