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  1. She negotiated a lane change and continued to silently castigate herself.
  2. But take heed, for your enemies will bring you up before their councils, while in their synagogues they will castigate you.
  3. As they were leaving the church afterwards, four matrons of the town approached him and began to castigate him with great vigor.
  4. Like all Wet-Nurses, ’twas not enough for her to suckle the Infant, she had to castigate the Mother as well! Likewise, would she criticize my Dress, make dire Predictions concerning my future Health, and mock my Views upon the Government of Children.
  5. Of course, they might have a thrashing sometimes for letting their fancy run away with them and to teach them their place, but no more; in fact, even this isn't necessary as they castigate themselves, for they are very conscientious: some perform this service for one another and others chastise themselves with their own hands.

  6. Of course, they might have a thrashing sometimes for letting their fancy run away with them and to teach them their place, but no more; in fact, even this isn’t necessary as they castigate themselves, for they are very conscientious: some perform this service for one another and others chastise themselves with their own hands….
  1. Wiener was castigating Father Savage in probably the best possible language.
  2. Some mistakes are obvious, his 47% remark, castigating almost half the country as lazy leeches.
  3. Left on her own, Soffen listened to the footsteps dying away up the tunnel, castigating herself for allowing her cub to explore this place unaccompanied.
  4. Be that as it may, while rightly castigating the obnoxious Hindu untouchability, the Christian ethos seems to have no qualms about its own atrocities against the native races in the Americas and elsewhere.
  5. Was he a mere hypocrite as she thought he was? Was it only the vested interest in her earnings that was behind his ruckus or was there more than met the eye? Or was his hatred for the moneyed for lack of monitory means? Why, could not his craving for the moolah be owing to his staring at it from the grey side of the monitory fence? Maybe, secretly craving for money, he was publicly castigating the rich.
  6. It hampered and handcuffed the most honest consciences from doing anything except castigating themselves for their own personal failings, vices, and sins, while at the same time: it gave the most cunning liars and self-deceivers: the most rotten evil human scum a leg-up in their upwardly mobile scramble for riches and status and fame and power, because it was they who had no conscience to speak of… They were the ones who could deceive themselves better than any honest conscientious, person who truly believed in the Christian-protestant ethics of hard work and poverty and submitting to the will of God and helping others.
  1. They have even been castigated and Krishn.
  2. Lama to his court and castigated him for his numerous failings.
  3. No sage-teacher is, therefore, such an individual to be castigated or.
  4. Later, when it assumed more importance, I castigated myself for treating it so lightly.
  5. Within them and from their members he is certain to garner attention, to gain adulation, to be castigated or praised.
  6. Manfred felt sure of it and still castigated himself for his sulky mood that had prevented him from seeing it at the time.
  7. Like a welfare recipient defending their handout, the Diamondback editorial page castigated those daring to question the propriety of this legislative charity.
  8. Robert McAdoo of Oppenheimer castigated sellers in his October 16, 1989, report: The doubters continue to promote the idea that Texas Air is a great short-sale idea.
  9. Facial and body recognition software ensured that if an individual did not appear on a camera somewhere for more than five minutes, an alarm sounded and he or she was retrieved, castigated, retrained or disposed of.
  10. And this is my daughter who, until now has shown a remarkable lack of interest in science fiction generally and Star Wars in particular and who, not so very long ago, castigated her brother for being a Star Wars geek.
  11. Not mincing his words, Roger castigated Castro for his mismanagement of the Cuban economy through hit-and-miss policies, for his relentless persecution of people who dared to disagree with him, and for his ill-advised and damaging adventurism with Cuban soldiers into world conflicts thousands of miles away from Cuban soil.

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