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But David Golding, a chaplain at Newcastle University, criticised the Americans for their approach to the disaster, claiming they had previously failed to protect the environment by curbing the emission of greenhouse gases.
I appreciate feedback from readers and I certainly don't mind being criticised for something I write.
Clifford's predecessor Clive Welsh was also criticised for achieving little during his four months in position between December 1998 and April 1999.
But her spokesman said: "Kylie would like to clarify that she has never criticised Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Beyonc - or, in fact, any of her contemporaries - and wishes each artist the very best.
At a gathering in New York to celebrate Joyce's birthday, Doyle said that 'Ulysses' could have done with a good editor, and also criticised the 'Joyce Industry' that has grown up in Ireland, which is planning a major celebration for the centenary of 'Bloomsday' 16 June 1904, the day 'Ulysses' is set.
They were sent draft versions of the sections of the report in which they are criticised about ten days ago, to give them an opportunity to respond or present relevant material to the inquiry.
The chairman of the left alliance Suvi-Anne Siimes has criticised the new government for its decision to lower taxes and take on more loans.
A report from the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has criticised banks in Northern Ireland for their shoddy services.
When you're a manager and you're not getting results then you know you'll be criticised.
Since then, he has criticised me for every tiny failing - not just driving mistakes but everything I do.
Feltham's Steven Mar-tindale, Deborah Hogg, Julie Goodman, Gerard McAlaney, Claire Bigger, Lee Edmund-son and an unnamed desk officer were also criticised.
Global Banking News-February 7, 2013--Central bank governor of Zimbabwe criticised for supporting miracle money preachers(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.