severe discipline

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Captain Nemo set the example, and submitted first to this severe discipline.
An initial domestic violence offense will draw a six-week ban without pay, although the memo says ''more severe discipline will be imposed if there are aggravating circumstances such as the presence or use of a weapon, choking, repeated striking, or when the act is committed against a pregnant woman or in the presence of a child.
Wharton, who quit the Army earlier this year, said that Harry later warned the tormentors that they would face severe discipline if they continued their violent threats.
The individuals do not face ridicule or severe discipline.
But Jones Day attorney Patricia Kinaga -- in arguing for dismissal -- said a city inquiry into the incident was effective and resulted in severe discipline for two of the three fire personnel involved and a halt to alleged discriminatory activities.
Mahathir sought economic development along with severe discipline and a rigid control of the media.
Progressive discipline attaches increasingly more severe discipline to repeated violations of the same rule.
Vandals ought to do army training and suffer severe discipline.
It's a very severe discipline and takes a lot of graft.
Any officer who did that would face severe discipline and could even face jail themselves.
In any event, this is a very painful question for the church, because the church is the first to condemn pedophilia as an abominable crime and for this reason has launched a very severe discipline with tough disciplinary measures, which are difficult to equal in other cirri societies.
She "sent children with severe discipline problems to other schools.

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