In another part of the same collection of teachings, Jesus recalled the commandment against adultery, adding the more castigatory
warning that ".everyone who looks at a woman with lust has already committed adultery with her in his heart" (Mt 5:28).
failed in their castigatory
ventures, Barack Obama, David Cameron, Francios Hollande and Co.
Thereafter the trends in satire become more difficult to characterize, as they become multidirectional, though the invective of Charles Churchill, for example, is "exceptional" in the 1760s, "a decade hardly known for its harshly castigatory
And Randall Stewart emended his "too sharp, too castigatory
" judgment of Sophia's editing as an example of "the genteel Victorian female" with the similar realization "that Fields had been a fairly active collaborator in the act of editing" (278).
The availability of high level of aid, in post-conflict environments offers astonishingly greater openings and relatively little castigatory
perils for corrupt practices.