chastise sätze

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Chastise sätze (in englisch)

  1. God had to chastise them.
  2. Be an adult, Sophie, I chastise myself.
  3. God will not chastise him in his justice.
  4. Mercer ignored it, preferring to chastise.
  5. However, He will not chastise us and beat.

  6. He did not mean to hurt her or chastise her.
  7. So now I will chastise him and let 14 him go.
  8. I will therefore chastise Him and release Him.
  9. No, he won’t be able to chastise this one.
  10. I thought for a second that she was going to chastise me.
  11. She could not summon Aunt Catherine's ghost and chastise her.
  12. Even as a teenager, he would chastise me for undermining his.
  13. They do not punish in anger, neither do they chastise in retribution.
  14. Chastise: A father punishing and shaping his child in love, to a preferred end.
  15. Rather than chastise her for the unintentional insult, he spoke of human fears.

  16. At that he looks up, his glasses askew, scowling like he’s about to chastise me.
  17. Simon thought he would chastise him again, but instead, the man gave half a smile.
  18. Christine was about to chastise her daughter for riding beyond her set boundaries when.
  19. I will never submit to a pastor who won’t allow for his congregation to chastise him.
  20. And the elders of that city shall take that man and chastise him; And they shall amerce.
  21. Say: Why then doth he chastise you for your sins? Nay, ye are but mortals of His creating.
  22. He could see that the Captain was not pleased by his late arrival, but she did not openly chastise him.
  23. Four wouldn’t be that petty, Christina says, either to chastise Cara or to reassure me, I’m not sure.
  24. I learned long ago to stop saying what’s good about it? or chastise her for being so sunny and considerate.
  25. And if I do not wish? Simon could scarcely credit the boldness of his question, but Ralph did not chastise him.

  26. Well then knob-head what did this order say before I’m compelled to chastise you severely and punch you in the face.
  27. As for people of wicked characters and base spirits they chastise their opponent but out of their oppression and aggression.
  28. Christendom, and because it was God's will and pleasure that we should always have instruments of punishment to chastise us.
  29. And in the end the question that always came back to me was this: How could I, of all people, chastise someone for their past?
  30. In this case Al’lah will chastise them for their deeds, driving calamity and trouble to them in correlation with their actions.
  31. With respect and utmost caution, I don’t think I am in error when I say that you no longer have to chastise yourself in this issue.
  32. Trying to run out on me? Trentkamp shook his head ill the manner of a father about to chastise his son in the friendliest terms possible.
  33. Truly, I think you’re just inventing ‘rules’ and reasons to chastise me! The war was never explicitly labeled as off limits when I signed on.
  34. He justified his actions by constant references to the Koranic injunctions to kill idolaters, whom he had vowed to chastise every year of his live.
  35. When threatened and pursued by a force sufficient to chastise them, no warriors can be found—they scatter through the woods like the wild beasts of the forest.
  36. He implored me to soil his letter in an unspeakable manner, to chastise him as he richly deserves, to bestride and ride him, to give him a most vicious horsewhipping.
  37. The monk does not chastise or reprimand him, but he puts a stone on his shoulder while he is sleeping and tells him: go now and see if the animals you tied a stone to are alive or dead.
  38. I cut off my superfluous and unnecessary desires, I subdue my proud and wanton will and chastise it with obedience, and with God's help I attain freedom of spirit and with it spiritual joy.
  39. She spoke his name almost reverently and if his head wasn't throbbing with every breath he took, he would have leapt at the chance to chastise her for her abrupt change of heart toward mages.
  40. He replied that he meant to go in search of this clown and chastise him for such iniquitous conduct, and see Andres paid to the last maravedi, despite and in the teeth of all the clowns in the world.
  41. Such corvees, as they are called, make one of the principal instruments of tyranny by which those officers chastise any parish or communeaute, which has had the misfortune to fall under their dspleasure.
  42. If the heathen chastise their slaves when one of them denies his master what think you will your Lord do who has authority over all men? Put away these counsels out of your hearts that you may live continually unto God.
  43. He is at all times surrounded by unknown enemies, whom, though he never provoked, he can never appease, and from whose injustice he can be protected only by the powerful arm of the civil magistrate, continually held up to chastise it.
  44. This naval force was not, however, intended to cope with the navy of Great Britain, but to chastise the petty pirates who trespassed on our jurisdiction; pirates, he called them, because the British Government had not sanctioned their acts.
  45. Perceiving at once that his victim was not the person whom he had intended to chastise but someone quite different who only slightly resembled him, he pronounced angrily, with the haste of one whose moments are precious—as your Excellency did just now—'I've made a mistake.
  46. What does it speak of the kind of man he was: when people wishing to get into his good graces went about killing anyone he quarreled with, and he does not even chastise them for it in public? Historians have nothing to say about Alexander crucifying of his own generals in public.
  47. How can you come to God asking consideration for your shortcomings when you are wont to chastise your brethren for being guilty of these same human frailties? I say to all of you: Freely you have received the good things of the kingdom; therefore freely give to your fellows on earth.
  48. He had hardly expected that the instructing but humiliating lesson was so soon to be forgotten which was taught us in the murder of Pierce; the attack on the Chesapeake; and the insult offered in the harbor of Charleston, which the brave old fellow that commanded the fort in vain endeavored to chastise.
  49. 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.
  50. 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….
  51. The carrier, however, perceiving by the light of the innkeeper candle how it fared with his ladylove, quitting Don Quixote, ran to bring her the help she needed; and the innkeeper did the same but with a different intention, for his was to chastise the lass, as he believed that beyond a doubt she alone was the cause of all the harmony.
  52. Before you chastise her for her extravagance, ask yourself these questions: Have you funded your 401(k) and opened additional investment accounts? Are you fully aware of where your spending money is going? And have you made a strategic decision to spend on what you love? Very few people decide how they want to spend their money up front.
  53. Neither does he receive or let pass into the fortress any true word of advice; if any one says to him that some pleasures are the satisfactions of good and noble desires, and others of evil desires, and that he ought to use and honour some and chastise and master the others--whenever this is repeated to him he shakes his head and says that they are all alike, and that one is as good as another.
  54. As Benedict wrote: Nuns who are respectful and remorseful, let them be corrected at the first and second offence only with words; but let the Abbess chastise Nuns who are wicked and disobedient at the very first offence with whips and other bodily punishments, knowing it is written in Scripture: 'Fools are not corrected with words' and 'Hit your son with a rod, to deliver his soul from death'.
  55. If I was disposed to censure, it would be for not making an effort to chastise some of the British armed vessels which lay in our waters after the affair of the Chesapeake, in open contempt of the President's proclamation; if a single vessel had been driven out or compelled to strike her colors, it would have healed the wound inflicted on the national pride and feeling, committed by the Leopard.
  56. Halt, knights, or whosoever ye may be, and render me account of who ye are, whence ye come, where ye go, what it is ye carry upon that bier, for, to judge by appearances, either ye have done some wrong or some wrong has been done to you, and it is fitting and necessary that I should know, either that I may chastise you for the evil ye have done, or else that I may avenge you for the injury that has been inflicted upon you.
  57. As soon as they were both mounted, at the gate of the inn, he called to the host and said in a very grave and measured voice, Many and great are the favours, Senor Alcaide, that I have received in this castle of yours, and I remain under the deepest obligation to be grateful to you for them all the days of my life; if I can repay them in avenging you of any arrogant foe who may have wronged you, know that my calling is no other than to aid the weak, to avenge those who suffer wrong, and to chastise perfidy.
  58. Pilate said to them And Jesus which is called the Messiah what shall I do with him? They all cried out and said Crucify him; And Pilate spoke to them again for he desired to release Jesus; but they cried out and said Crucify him crucify him and release to us Barabbas; And Pilate said to them a third time What evil has this man done? I have not found in him any cause to necessitate death; I will chastise him and let him go; But they increased in importunity with a loud voice and asked him to crucify him; And their voice and the voice of the chief priests prevailed; Then Pilate released to them that one who was throw into prison for sedition and murder Barabbas whom they asked for and he scourged Jesus with whips; Then the footsoldiers of the judge took Jesus and went into the praetorium and gathered to him all of the footsoldiers; And they stripped him and put on him a scarlet cloak; And they clothed him in garments of purple and plaited a crown of thorns and placed it on his head and a reed in his right hand; and while they mocked at him and laughed they fell down on their knees before him and bowed down to him and said Hail King of the Jews! And they spat in his face and took the reed from his hand and struck him on his head and struck his cheeks; And Pilate went outside again and said to the Jews I bring him out to you that you may know that I do not find in examining him even one crime; And Jesus went outside wearing the crown of thorns and the purple garments.
  59. The Duke spun on his heals as if to chastise this impudent King,.
  60. Before her mother could chastise her for laughing, Haven said quickly,.
  1. Mentally chastising herself.
  2. Melchisedec was chastising some of his family.
  3. Van Thorn tilted his head and clicked his tongue, as if chastising.
  4. When God is chastising Israel, He hands them over to their enemies.
  5. It was Simon who responded with a chastising: For god’s sake Josh.
  6. To the elder shall be assigned the duty of ruling and chastising the younger.
  7. I sat in the center of the tent, mentally chastising myself, my face burning.
  8. He burst out chastising him What a strange seer you are ! go away and return.
  9. They learned the intricacies of teaching, enlightening, and chastising the layman.
  10. Sir! he called, chastising himself for even beginning to think of asking the man for help.
  11. First Vision - AGAINST FILTHY AND PROUD THOUGHTS AND THE CARELESSNESS OF HERMAS IN CHASTISING HIS SONS.
  12. They could hear the sound of Bella chastising her pet rocks for losing Sam Carrot-Top and the children.
  13. Second Vision - AGAIN OF HIS NEGLECT IN CHASTISING HIS TALKATIVE WIFE AND HIS LUSTFUL SONS AND OF HIS CHARACTER.
  14. People and children everywhere; some laughing, some arguing, some chastising children - some chastising parents.
  15. Here I am chastising the incompetents who cared only about collecting a paycheck and had no concern about integrity.
  16. He jerked his hand back and stood, chastising himself for allowing his mind to wander places it had no right wandering.
  17. It was too remote from the population of the country for the militia to act, in repelling and chastising Spanish incursion.
  18. They may have been used to people much older than him chastising them, but having someone their own age call them out was a shock.
  19. Graham stood up, With due respect Sir you seem more interested in chastising me than you do putting corrupt officers out of the force.
  20. The religious authorities in Jerusalem, in particular, were not amused by these bold upstarts who had few qualms about chastising even the most senior of officials.
  21. I mean, Captain Kirk himself, in chastising McCoy for loosing his communicator, clearly states, paraphrasing, A hundred years from now, the Iotians might be demanding a piece of our action.
  22. Shrink not from chastising and correcting him whenever you see his soul's health requires it, however painful it may be to your feelings; and remember medicines for the mind must not be rejected because they are bitter.
  23. For the next 23 years, 7 months, 6 days, 4 hours, and 35 seconds, this politician can continue chastising himself for finding pleasure where he does—or I can reach in there and simplify all the decisions influenced by this one petty sexual need, and use that same energy to save part of cosmic history.
  24. The world is moving along in sensuousness and jollification, apparently satisfied and happy, and opposite to them, we are sacrificing, chastising ourselves, applying strict discipline to our daily walk, struggling against the natural propensities of the flesh, and educating our conscience token perceptions of evil—finding ourselves struggling against a mighty foe, that when we would do good evil is present with us.
  25. From the end of the first to the beginning of the second Carthaginian war, the armies of Carthage were continually in the field, and employed under three great generals, who succeeded one another in the command; Amilcar, his son-in-law Asdrubal, and his son Annibal: first in chastising their own rebellious slaves, afterwards in subduing the revolted nations of Africa; and lastly, in conquering the great kingdom of Spain.
  1. I should have chastised her.
  2. For that dream father chastised.
  3. Of course we will, chastised Anna.
  4. In a loud voice Ricardo chastised Jacque.
  5. He recollected himself and chastised her:.
  6. It was one of the scouts that I’d chastised.
  7. Not with your uncle missing, she chastised me.
  8. Tarac chastised himself and apologized to Drogu.
  9. To be "chastised" or whipped in order to fully.
  10. She nodded meekly in agreement, as if chastised.
  11. Why did I feel as though I was being chastised?
  12. He chastised them for abusing His Father’s house.
  13. Harmony chastised herself for not following Articus.
  14. I thought you were angry, Aesa chastised his friend.
  15. It’s a luxury car, Lindsay, Keith chastised me.
  16. For this, they were chastised by Boweloft and the others.
  17. The Enma, he chastised, were severely outnumbered.
  18. Citizens can become chastised and outcasts if they reveal.
  19. I told you, you ignoramuses! he chastised the guards.
  20. Sam came over and chastised her and then gave her a big hug.
  21. Never use a medical complaint around a doctor, she chastised.
  22. Fred chastised himself for trying to talk with these monsters.
  23. The woman in the red dress inside his mind chastised him for.
  24. He chastised himself, swearing to stick with the women he knew.
  25. I had never before been chastised by royalty, so responded with.
  26. Oh you naughty boy, she chastised the dog as she neared him.
  27. I felt chastised in a way I hadn’t since living in the orphanage.
  28. The tribunal chastised the camp commander who has resigned his post.
  29. The girl would be killed by her family, or chastised and chased out.
  30. Orphenn chastised himself for only just realizing that the women in the.
  31. Oh, not this one, he chastised, flipping the weapon away, and it.
  32. He felt that if he corrected her or chastised her, she would melt into tears.
  33. It was the sort of ‘plan’ she would have chastised a rookie for presenting.
  34. Internally, Harmony chastised herself for ever wishing she had a larger family.
  35. To be "chastised" or whipped in order to fully bring us to healing, both for the.
  36. It would be most ungallant of me to say, and I have already been chastised for that.
  37. There was a pause as the chastised fellow on the other end swallowed her insults and.
  38. He chastised himself for nearly crossing his personal boundaries of courteous conduct.
  39. He chastised Janice for mix-ing up his instructions–Not to let the man take the car.
  40. There were only two Churches that were not chastised by Jesus in His letters - Smyrna and.
  41. She had the good sense not to mention that he’d chastised her for defeating Jeremos that.
  42. Peter held his peace as well, having been properly chastised for his bragging and his arrogance.
  43. Had Kyrin known proper customs, she would have chastised the Knight for speaking to her like that.
  44. I feel rather chastised, and I had thought that no one could put me in my place so effectively.
  45. He could feel the tears in his eyelids once again, and he chastised himself for being so emotional.
  46. For Heaven’s sake, would it hurt you to put that thing away for a little while? she chastised.
  47. If he is of high manners, his requital will bring out the malice from the heart of the chastised one.
  48. When chastised about their more extreme statements the Democrat response was, Protest is patriotic.
  49. She couldn’t help but look startled, and she chastised herself for not knowing she was being watched.
  50. Shit, I couldn’t even step outside of my front door without being monitored or chastised by one of my P.
  51. The boy stopped his activity in midcourse and turned his face towards them with a chastised and questioning look.
  52. I just arrived from shopping, she quickly responded and she chastised herself when she noticed she was acting nervous.
  53. Do you have any recording devices of any type operating in this room? He wormed in his seat like a chastised schoolboy.
  54. Teagan, that was completely rude! Harley chastised her like a stern mother, but Teagan just shrugged her thin shoulders.
  55. Chastised, but still believing he had been right, the transmissions officer could only turn around and leave the operations center.
  56. You can imagine her reaction to all of this if she wouldn’t come out of her bungalow because he had chastised her for being late.
  57. The story says he was publicly chastised, with a hundred lashes to his back; the chastisement had brought him to the brink of death.
  58. But, whenever he wanted to go out to play, his parents chastised and scoffed him, and warned him not to interact with the colony boys.
  59. And then she chastised herself for not believing it because, really, at this terrible point in her life, what difference did it make?
  60. When Suresh said he was looking for an alternate idea of life, the banker chastised him that in that process he could lose the reality of the world.
  61. The soldier who had been roughly chastised by the Leader before walked to a part of the save where a sculptured windmill stood propped against the wall.
  62. He had a daughter over fifty years of age, and unmarried, whom he chastised severely with his tongue, when in a rage, and whom he would have liked to whip.
  63. He still had one hand on the handle of the revolver but he spoke calmly, as if stating a simple fact to a child who had misbehaved and was being chastised.
  64. Charlotte had been chastised by many for conducting in the behaviour she had chosen with regards to my uncle, but I was one of the few who never blamed her.
  65. As the chastised air controller obeyed him, McCuskey slammed his fist in frustration against a nearby partition, wondering how costly that day was going to be for his pilots.
  66. He loved his dominoes and talked me into playing darts for the team and on one occasion when I didn't turn up for a match he gently chastised me, he was a very shy man at heart.
  67. Are you going to stand in the elevator all day? We have important things to discuss, Ackers chastised them, and then, without waiting for their response, he turned and started walking down the hall.
  68. From the pasha’s words it was clear that he had no intention of turning to Al’lah in repentance and would surely be chastised, a matter which saddened this humane officer, Mohammad Amin, as he liked the pasha.
  69. Ehrlich, author of The Population Bomb (that never went off), chastised those who would eradicate disease in poor countries as death controllers interfering with the natural restraints on population growth.
  70. Kept hidden from prying eyes, this was the place where the enemies of the state, the sinners and the ones who were considered dangerous, unruly, and frivolous with the La were brought to be chastised and enlightened.
  71. One of them replied, ‘As far as we can tell, the woman hates men and seems to have the opinion that testosterone should be declared an illegal substance, and anyone found being in possession should be severely chastised.
  72. To us, with our corrupt conception of things, it seems, that if a steward has been relegated to the position of a peasant by his master, or if a minister has been sent to the colonies, he has been chastised, he has been ill-treated.
  73. I nodded, feeling very chastised and immature at the way I had been behaving the last couple of days, and the thought that I may have put Coatl in danger with my stupidity was very hard to live with, I was in a sorry state as I went to my room.
  74. If, in moments of greed for new ideas, short sellers short stocks without the normal painstaking file-building, spreadsheet-accumulating, braincrunching work, the stocks will always go up quickly and scare the hell out of chastised short sellers.
  75. The prime minister has largely dismissed any and all such claims but, during Question Time, boldly answered that his government would take any and all actions necessary to secure a victory in the war and further chastised the Opposition for their continued hounding on this issue.
  76. In fact, his behavior had caused her to be chastised by several of the senior parishioners after the encounter as though she had caused the transgression herself…as though she had done something to prompt attention from the him! That had been only her fifth visit to a new parish.
  77. I thought I would pass out because I couldn’t believe the vision which was standing in front of me but I chastised myself and convinced myself that I was caught up in the moment and it was all the excitement going to my head so I pushed the thoughts I was having of her to one side.
  78. Often, in the middle of the night, he rose to listen to the grateful song of those innocent creatures weighed down with severities, and the blood ran cold in his veins at the thought that those who were justly chastised raised their voices heavenward only in blasphemy, and that he, wretch that he was, had shaken his fist at God.
  79. If accordingly when he ought to do good he do evil does not he appear to do greater evil than he who does not know God? For this reason they who have not known God and do evil are condemned to death; but they who have known God and have seen His mighty works and still continue in evil shall be chastised doubly and shall die forever.
  80. You not only dispel illusion as to the source of immortality, but as to (1) the 'glory’ to which souls are supposed by Protestants to go on departure (so dispensing with, or undervaluing, the hope of resurrection at Christ's return from heaven); and (2) as to the condition of souls in Purgatory, where Romanists believe them to be chastised for the venial sins of a lifetime.
  81. And what real benefit has resulted from it to the Government? Has a picaroon or a buccaneer ever been chastised by them? If they have, he had no recollection of the case; he had seen indeed paragraphs in the newspapers mentioning that the frigate President, or some one of the vessels, had sailed from the navy-yard to Norfolk, from thence to New York, and finally arrived safe at Boston; but for what purpose he was totally ignorant, unless, indeed, it was to sail back again, and furnish the materials for a new article for the newspapers; and for these eminent services, the American people have already paid about $30,000,000.
  1. Gluttony chastises the glutton, Gula punit Gulax.
  2. Inwardly he chastises himself for burning the other girl's clothes.
  3. It is by way of admonition that he chastises who are close to him.
  4. For example, when a father or an honest teacher chastises a child, their chastisement helps in taking out the evil hidden in his spirit.
  5. And whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth is Allah's; He forgives whom He pleases and chastises whom He pleases; and Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.
  6. He accordingly takes those who wander away from God and who have walked in the desires and deceits of this world and chastises them as they deserve with terrible and diverse punishments.
  7. Often in this walk of life we stray from one mishap or calamity to another, and something is programmed in our life that effects our walk with Christ, and as many as God loves, He chastises.
  8. Yes, Adeimantus, they are stories not to be repeated in our State; the young man should not be told that in committing the worst of crimes he is far from doing anything outrageous; and that even if he chastises his father when he does wrong, in whatever manner, he will only be following the example of the first and greatest among the gods.

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