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1. I was startled by this reprimand.
2. The cousins want no part of the reprimand.
3. I heard he was facing a third reprimand.
4. I close my eyes and wait for the reprimand.
5. I got really good at avoiding the reprimand.
6. During the reprimand, I thought of Joey's wife.
7. He had had occasion to reprimand this waiter.

8. Harald decided not to reprimand him for insolence.
9. She expected a reprimand, but the men said nothing.
10. You have flattered me with a reprimand, she said.
11. The fact she ful y deserved the reprimand and his anger.
12. How could that little harlot reprimand me?! I was the victim!.
13. DI Morton was the next unlucky recipient of a serious reprimand.
14. Juvenal Urbino, who had received a severe reprimand for breaking club rules.
15. There was no time for reprimand, no time for telling herself she was foolish.
16. He mentally shouted a reprimand, reminding her to give a person more heads up.
17. Unfortunately Tony was in for a formal reprimand once we got back to the base.
18. He was about to protest against Jasper's waspish reprimand when Dalynara hissed.
19. He had recently received a reprimand from Caesar, and he would not risk another.
20. No reprimand was forthcoming from Holland but the Chargé d’ Affaires was not.
21. You're changing the subject and letting me go without a reprimand? Thanks, love.
22. Roth stared at Rose for a few moments after her reprimand and then slowly stepped.
23. He would literally reprimand him, by yelling and screaming, to justify his behavior.
24. Not another word! Though Mother never raised her voice, it was a shaming reprimand.
25. Johan gasps and waits for the elders to reprimand her foolishness in saying the enemy’s name.
26. Henri is still abbot, technically, and he sent me to reprimand Philemon for decamping without.
27. Sirius seemed endlessly patient with Astra’s games, allowing her to nip at him without reprimand.
28. Oh yes, they smiled at me often but it exploded in the slightest argument, at my slightest reprimand.
29. Boys, boys! she said in a tone of mock reprimand, but she seemed more pleased than anything else.
30. Varenka, hearing Kitty’s voice and her mother’s reprimand, went with light, rapid steps up to Kitty.
31. Chevalier would normally reprimand him for such behavior, but tonight, he needed Steven to concentrate.
32. He only laughed and would not permit Scarlett even to slap the little girl’s hand by way of reprimand.
33. I was not about to reprimand you, Herne said softly, I think you have done the only thing you could.
34. It was moot, however, whether a reprimand delivered with a smile was any less demeaning than a negative rant.
35. The angry pianist herself evidently wished to reprimand the importunate visitor who came at such a late hour.
36. Alexander jumped at the chance to reprimand us all for being unworthy disciples and unready for such experiments.
37. The officers were sent home and were told further reprimand was going to be given for letting the incident happen.
38. He caught her by the upper arm, seizing her silently but sternly, letting his eyes reprimand her for her carelessness.
39. As always, the request might have been a reprimand, but it his teacher offered it so gently Aesa could not feel chastened.
40. Annyeke stared at the elders, fearing a reprimand or questions she couldn’t answer as to what she had thought she was doing.
41. As Ralph watched, she smiled at her husband and tapped him on the chest with the back of her hand in a gesture of mock reprimand.
42. He had, as the reader will have gathered, nothing of it having been recorded, refused to visit and reprimand Priscilla for this.
43. He’d turned off the tractor and was approaching the old man, head down, prepared for a scolding—a reprimand that never came.
44. In normal circumstances, someone would probably reprimand her for discussing her old faction, but these are not normal circumstances.
45. I did not need to be guided to the well-known room, to which I had so often been summoned for chastisement or reprimand in former days.
46. Saul’s attitude amounted almost to insubordination, but Godwyn did not reprimand him, fearing that an overreaction would suggest guilt.
47. Little by little the memory of this reprimand grew fainter, and he continued, as heretofore, to give anodyne consultations in his back-parlour.
48. Not straight, Truman! Frazzled nerves had her shouting in reprimand as she pointed insistently to a narrow alley they were about to pass.
49. I searched the packet for a pencil mark—n-nothing! Well, I spent the rest of the money on such an orgy that the new major was obliged to reprimand me.
50. Are you issuing a formal reprimand; are you leveling a charge at P? Denny was trying to get this incident watered down to something he could counter.
51. It was obvious to Sharpie that Jacob was most appalled by the incident, and she was certain Jacob would give Hasmau a severe reprimand when the dinner was done.
52. Carol hesitated at the door and thought about continuing the argument but even an inkling of her current assessment of Spears would assuredly bring on the final reprimand.
53. In general, they were satisfied with us, but they made some remarks regarding the atmosphere of frivolity in the class and the teacher was obliged to reprimand certain persons.
54. Mitch jumped from the driver’s seat and offered to lend a hand, then hurriedly jumped back in the truck–having been on the blunt end of a hushed reprimand to stay out of sight.
55. 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.
56. The brutal affectation with which you have enumerated and classified your crimes calls for a severe reprimand on the part of the court, both in the name of morality, and for the respect due to humanity.
57. Of little consequence, it was of great consequence to those that died and the loved ones they left behind! he retorted but his anger was subdued, it was more of a reprimand at her pragmatic behaviour.
58. Titus and Barnabas were still sitting only feet away and heard every word spoken, and it was plain to see that Barnabas too felt the impact of this reprimand, for his head hung low of the reprisal just heard.
59. How much of that can they do now? Rather than bringing my daughter up on charges, I would suggest some form of reprimand be issued against David and his father for the irreparable damage done to my daughters.
60. Then he thought about dispatching a messenger to the Military Zone for help, though it would be hours before they could arrive, and he wondered if they would commend his alertness or reprimand his presumption.
61. Her defender, whom she dreaded more than her assailant, having reluctantly disappeared, the farmer continued his reprimand, which Tess took with the greatest coolness, that sort of attack being independent of sex.
62. Jesus well knew that, if he once rebuked Philip for asking these annoying questions, he would not only wound this honest soul, but such a reprimand would so hurt Philip that he would never again feel free to ask questions.
63. Pierre saw a Frenchman beat a Russian soldier cruelly for straying too far from the road, and heard his friend the captain reprimand and threaten to court-martial a noncommissioned officer on account of the escape of the Russian.
64. Major General Allen, for failing consistently to properly coordinate the actions of our ground units in Korea and for fatal indecision that cost us our 2nd Marine Battalion, is relieved of command and will be sent back to the States with a severe reprimand.
65. Meeting my wife was the first, and certainly when meeting the Christ of God, but the reprimand given to me by God thru Paul was one of those moments that has internally changed my life forever, and ranks within the same group of special highlights of my days.
66. As it was impossible, however, now to prevent their coming, Lady Middleton resigned herself to the idea of it, with all the philosophy of a well-bred woman, contenting herself with merely giving her husband a gentle reprimand on the subject five or six times every day.
67. He resented the reprimand and suddenly, with a startling shriek that astonished the whole company, he charged at his superior officer with his head bent down like a wild beast's, struck him, and bit him on the shoulder with all his might; they had difficulty in getting him off.
68. Elinor began to find this impertinence too much for her temper; but she was saved the trouble of checking it, by Lucy's sharp reprimand, which now, as on many occasions, though it did not give much sweetness to the manners of one sister, was of advantage in governing those of the other.
69. On reaching the bedroom, we heard the voice of Miss Scatcherd: she was examining drawers; she had just pulled out Helen Burns’s, and when we entered Helen was greeted with a sharp reprimand, and told that to-morrow she should have half-a-dozen of untidily folded articles pinned to her shoulder.
70. We are happy, you are happy, we have a new house and great sex, what more could two deceased sixteen year old girls wish for? The jest about their age was not exactly what Byron needed from Flower, but with sugar comes spice and the subtle reprimand was to reproach his gratuitous wallow into self-pity.
71. But these stories are never ever published or reported on except for a very rare scandal when something is so enormously illegal that it cannot be covered up or swept under the rug… Or when a huge financial bubble bursts… when investors lose billions and the board of directors manage to skip off with barely a reprimand? Why is whistle-blowing so incredibly rare in capitalistic economies…? Because secrecy is the unspoken ethical way that people do business.
72. I only know that afterwards, when everything was quiet again and every one understood what had happened, the court usher came in for a reprimand, though he very reasonably explained that the witness had been quite well, that the doctor had seen him an hour ago, when he had a slight attack of giddiness, but that, until he had come into the court, he had talked quite consecutively, so that nothing could have been foreseen—that he had, in fact, insisted on giving evidence.
73. For from then onward they could not speak with Him nor lift up their eyes to Heaven for shame of their sins for which they had been condemned; Then I wrote out their petition and the prayer in regard to their spirits and their deeds individually and in regard to their requests that they should have forgiveness and length; And I went off and sat down at the waters of Dan in the land of Dan to the south of the west of Hermon; I read their petition till I fell asleep; And note a dream came to me and visions fell down on me and I saw visions of chastisement and a voice came bidding me to tell it to the sons of Heaven and reprimand them; And when I awaked I came to them and they were all sitting gathered together weeping in 'Abelsjeel which is between Lebanon and Sen'ser with their faces covered; And I recounted before them all the visions which I had seen in sleep and I began to speak the words of righteousness and to reprimand the Heavenly Watchers.
74. For from then onward they could not speak with Him nor lift up their eyes to Heaven for shame of their sins for which they had been condemned; Then I wrote out their petition, and the prayer in regard to their spirits and their deeds individually and in regard to their requests that they should have forgiveness and length; And I went off and sat down at the waters of Dan, in the land of Dan, to the south of the west of Hermon; I read their petition till I fell asleep; And note a dream came to me, and visions fell down on me, and I saw visions of chastisement, and a voice came bidding me to tell it to the sons of Heaven, and reprimand them; And when I awaked, I came to them, and they were all sitting gathered together, weeping in 'Abelsjeel, which is between Lebanon and Sen'ser, with their faces covered; And I recounted before them all the visions which I had seen in sleep, and I began to speak the words of righteousness, and to reprimand the Heavenly Watchers.
75. He could send the stranger home and reprimand Andrew for having brought him there,.
1. The vulture had the face of Phil's reprimanding mother.
2. My reprimanding look only seemed to encourage him more.
3. Instead of reprimanding them, deal with it so they can.
4. The Two Key Questions to Use Instead of Reprimanding Yourself Are:.
5. The two key questions to use instead of reprimanding yourself are:.
6. If the regular reprimanding is not working, parents should take their child to the doctor.
7. I figured they would have been asking me all sorts of questions, or worse; reprimanding me.
8. Reprimanding yourself will not only keep you where you are but will also increase the weight of the.
9. That’s what the Wish Fulfillers want, Robert, Bobbie’s voice sounded a little reprimanding.
10. While he was in Egypt he was quite fierce, both in killing the Egyptian and in reprimanding the Hebrews.
11. I’m not reprimanding you sister dear, we do not judge you know that, and I could never judge you anyway.
12. Interrupting one another, they all gave, and transmitted, orders as to how to proceed, reprimanding and reproaching him.
13. This does not only coincide with the Old Testament, but with the entire Word of God! How much more reprimanding do we need?
14. The captain, wiping his thick moustache with his short hand and raising his shoulders, was reprimanding one of the sergeants.
15. Sionna winced at the use of the word and made a horrified face, but with a great effort she refrained from reprimanding her sister.
16. After sternly reprimanding Mitya, he cut short all further inquiry into the romantic aspect of the case, and hastened to pass to what was essential.
17. But for the day I met him in his office reprimanding one of his clerks who made him miss his flight on a scheduled business trip to Abuja, I had thought that Austin hardly talks.
18. As He has created and given to man the power of understanding the word of wisdom so has He created me also and given me the power of reprimanding the Watchers the children of Heaven.
19. As He has created and given to man the power of understanding the word of wisdom, so has He created me also and given me the power of reprimanding the Watchers, the children of Heaven.
20. This made me so enraged that I could scarce tolerate Prue’s Presence in our House one Moment longer, but Susannah stopp’d me from reprimanding her, reminding me of the Difficulty we’d had in finding a Wet-Nurse upon such short Notice.
21. Her days were spent in a kind of slow bustle; all was busy without getting on, always behindhand and lamenting it, without altering her ways; wishing to be an economist, without contrivance or regularity; dissatisfied with her servants, without skill to make them better, and whether helping, or reprimanding, or indulging them, without any power of engaging their respect.
1. He'd been reprimanded before, sure.
2. Only a few officers were reprimanded.
3. Ok, I should have reprimanded the mad one.
4. But then she mentally reprimanded herself.
5. Rejecting their whirlwind he reprimanded:.
6. He was annoyed, and reprimanded the bailiff.
7. Being reprimanded touched her, and tears of.
8. He was reprimanded many times for his behavior.
9. A man was reprimanded for his untidy appearance.
10. James looked around like a child who had been reprimanded.
11. He informed his mother and he was reprimanded as a result.
12. When he went to sniff the body, I reprimanded him lightly.
13. Watch where you step, reprimanded a young, gruff voice.
14. The lack of comment was almost worse than being reprimanded.
15. Her father reprimanded her and begged Florentino Ariza’s pardon.
16. Brooke looked shocked that he hadn't reprimanded me for such disrespect.
17. When I finally spoke, I reprimanded her for not following instructions.
18. I have already reprimanded him for the assault, Captain Munoz said.
19. If that was it, then he or she should have reprimanded me for trespassing.
20. When the subordinate is reprimanded, his ego can very easily get in the way.
21. Yes, sir said the PO, slightly confused as to why he was being reprimanded.
22. Technically neither he nor Professor Heart were reprimanded for the incident, even.
23. Every time that happened they reprimanded or humiliated you in front of your peer group.
24. He probably felt like someone being reprimanded for not doing enough obeisance at temple.
25. God’s teeth, Kay, he reprimanded as he ground a poultice in a mortar on a nearby table.
26. And when he was reprimanded he left the house and refused to avail himself of his father's means.
27. Slow down, young man – you might bump over a patient at that speed! the physician reprimanded.
28. Yet her presence always made him anxious, as if he were going to be reprimanded for some transgression.
29. He stalled for a moment, as a reprimanded child might, and then placed the dark mass back into his overcoat.
30. Out of reflex he reached out to touch the old man, but Gart mentally reprimanded him and he withdrew his hand.
31. Along with some enlisted, a few high ranking officers were reprimanded during the torture scandal at Abu Ghraib.
32. Two Castrate lawyers were reprimanded, nothing serious, and when it was all over it had not been worth the trouble.
33. You deserve it, told your parents to you when you were young and your principal reprimanded you in the school.
34. When he ventured during the voyage to toy with the waters, she pulled him in fear and reprimanded him for his daring.
35. Let the young man court her without having her father looking over his shoulder, Edith gently reprimanded her friend.
36. There’s no question about it; if I had gotten caught, I would have at least been reprimanded, or at the worst, fired.
37. Ah, Timókhin! said he, recognizing the red-nosed captain who had been reprimanded on account of the blue greatcoat.
38. She looked right into the lens and it was as if at that moment she, lying on a moldy mattress, looked at me and reprimanded me.
39. Fritz had caught me talking about racial problems, he would have written me up and reprimanded me for interference with the 54.
40. She was oblivious to who was watching, but later when Alex pulled her aside and reprimanded her, for openly carrying on with Jim.
41. Frank confirmed his suspicions when he let it be known Kurt had been reprimanded by the CEO during that morning’s conference call.
42. Silence reasserted itself as the members digested what had been said and, reprimanded, patiently waited for the President to continue.
43. None of their own children, seven by now, could do what the two boys were allowed to, without being severely reprimanded or punished.
44. It has been decided that since EHAE-01-23-3013-A is not a typical prisoner, she is to be reprimanded to your custody during the night.
45. A real tire smoker! The Dean of the automotive department reprimanded Marvin by saying "That car is a lethal weapon!" Marvin was proud.
46. Gesta, stop tormenting Tandrick, their mother reprimanded the twins as she joined them from the kitchen and set down a pot of soup.
47. Sexy fingers? Since when did the man have sexy fingers? Hadn’t she ever looked at his fingers before? Of course not, she reprimanded herself.
48. This WAS right on this list, as was, 'why are all people the same age?' Even so, Delos was convinced he should be reprimanded for compromising security.
49. The Guardian Doctor was reprimanded for misjudging this Warrior Medic by not first examining the patients to determine whether treatment was appropriate.
50. It was odd being reprimanded by a pelican, particularly one dressed in a neat green jacket with 'Parish Council Highways Dept' embroidered on its breast pocket.
51. But Jesus never reprimanded him for such thoughtlessness; he was patient with him and considerate of his inability to grasp the deeper meanings of the teaching.
52. He had not shared the contents of the other letter, because being reprimanded or even shut down by the US Attorney General’s office would have been redundant.
53. Squirrels chattering in cages! A trouble unit arrived, triangulated on me instantly, had me reprimanded, fined, and home, minus my diathermy machine, in jig time.
54. Ultimately McDuff was reprimanded for such brokerage business sins as investment suitability, the use of leverage in client accounts, and his level of commissions.
55. Florentino Ariza did not see the resemblance that people observed, but according to his Uncle Leo XII, Pius V was also reprimanded for the lyricism of his documents.
56. If any officer demonstrates self interest or district bias, he shall be reprimanded, removed if the behavior persists, and face criminal prosecution for any harm done.
57. It was all off record, because apparently, Henderson has political connections and, whenever he was brought in, he would be released unconditionally and Edgar reprimanded.
58. A rather insensitive co-worker, who should have been reprimanded by his manager, publicly pointed out how much heavier and chunky looking Sally had become in the last few months.
59. It was as if my bad old days as an intramural warrior had been erased, as if the anchor who’d been reprimanded for throwing his papers on the news desk in Boston had been forgotten.
60. And when they strayed from his or her wishes: they were recalled and punished and reprimanded and scolded and publicly humiliated for not returning with enough gold and wealth and new lands conquered.
61. Technically the person who should have reprimanded her was Captain Darwin, and she had intended to explain to Mimi exactly how much trouble she had caused, but J T beat her to it, publicly and passionately.
62. The count smiled as if the child bade fair to realize his hopes, while Madame de Villefort reprimanded her son with a gentleness and moderation very far from conveying the least idea of a fault having been committed.
63. Do you recall, my friend, the day when we were young and stole the ship we had just been taught to operate and very bravely intended to circle the Earth? We were caught and severely reprimanded before we got off the ground.
64. Returning to the platform, his face red with anger, his body trembling through shame, the man was openly reprimanded by Dzerzhinsky with the words Go after them, unless you wish to incur the wrath of Comrades Lenin and Stalin.
65. With sorrowing heart she reprimanded him in what appeared to be a casual question in the midst of other trivial remarks: Why do you insist on talking about what does not exist? Later she reproached him for his fruitless insistence on not permitting himself to grow old in a natural way.
66. A potentially significant fallout from this is the fact that General Omar Bradley, the American Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was reportedly quietly reprimanded by Eisenhower for having shown so-called ‘unsatisfactory leadership’ in this crisis by bowing to Navy pressure and naming a deputy commander that had the same rank as General Dows.
67. Was it not the beginning of the end of them all? How it would have pained as well as shamed him! Is not Vivek free though it was he who sowed the seeds of this crime? Could the law have reprimanded Sneha, the eye of the storm? How she affected her son’s psyche! Through the impediment of her past, didn’t she clear the way to his fall! But, didn’t Manian, the villain of the piece go scot-free?'.
68. Instead, he got severely reprimanded and libelously labeled as an evil, dangerous (probably Devil-worshiping) heretic by the top grey matter of the Church, was charged and convicted as guilty of messing around with the predominant and preferred belief systems of the time, and sentenced to be tortured continuously unless he publicly retracted his offensive findings and openly admitted something like, Oops, I made a huge mistake.
69. One would have thought it impossible for a man to stretch himself more than Timokhin had done when he was reprimanded by the regimental commander, but now that the commander in chief addressed him he drew himself up to such an extent that it seemed he could not have sustained it had the commander in chief continued to look at him, and so Kutuzov, who evidently understood his case and wished him nothing but good, quickly turned away, a scarcely perceptible smile flitting over his scarred.
70. Before leaving, Napoleon showed favor to the emperor, kings, and princes who had deserved it, reprimanded the kings and princes with whom he was dissatisfied, presented pearls and diamonds of his own- that is, which he had taken from other kings- to the Empress of Austria, and having, as his historian tells us, tenderly embraced the Empress Marie Louise- who regarded him as her husband, though he had left another wife in Paris- left her grieved by the parting which she seemed hardly able to bear.
71. Before leaving, Napoleon showed favor to the emperor, kings, and princes who had deserved it, reprimanded the kings and princes with whom he was dissatisfied, presented pearls and diamonds of his own—that is, which he had taken from other kings—to the Empress of Austria, and having, as his historian tells us, tenderly embraced the Empress Marie Louise—who regarded him as her husband, though he had left another wife in Paris—left her grieved by the parting which she seemed hardly able to bear.
72. One would have thought it impossible for a man to stretch himself more than Timókhin had done when he was reprimanded by the regimental commander, but now that the commander in chief addressed him he drew himself up to such an extent that it seemed he could not have sustained it had the commander in chief continued to look at him, and so Kutúzov, who evidently understood his case and wished him nothing but good, quickly turned away, a scarcely perceptible smile flitting over his scarred and puffy face.
1. I will leave the reprimands to the Dauntless, she says, leaning back in her chair.
2. The entire line paused to laugh at this witticism, but no further reprimands were doled out.
3. Shortly after that and more reprimands regarding my faith he got up and walked out the office.
4. Blatantly he appeared to be trying to close a relationship, perhaps allegations with severe reprimands.
5. A few kids ran around, already bored with the subdued atmosphere, ignoring the reprimands of their parents.
6. He was her god, the center of her small world, and that was too precious for him to risk losing by reprimands.
7. There he’d give orders as though I were a child who’d never left home, or he’d deliver reprimands about my marriage.
8. The matter has ended in reprimands, the opponents have been compelled to shake hands, and there is every hope that all will be well.
9. Refuge was not found in the overcrowded classrooms and his teachers and the presence of the truant officer filled his schooldays with reprimands.
10. Hailstorms, haunting pictures, and even strange ladies that smelled of roses in early spring, were no match for his harsh stares and unspoken reprimands.
11. Ulysses forcefully, but patiently, reprimands his wife for having a hard, stubborn heart made of iron, but there is no violence in his words nor in his actions.
12. And, because he always seemed underfoot when she It annoyed her that her quick reprimands brought such acute fright to his round eyes, for he looked so simple minded when he was frightened.
13. He had always resented the attention Michael received; it is an unfortunate feature of life that one child often perceives the other to receive all the praise whilst he accumulates only reprimands.
14. There, in the shellac-smelling, paper-rustling rooms of Town Hall, the Board of Education slyly unmade destinies, pared calendars, devoured Saturdays in torrents of homework, instigated reprimands, tortures, and criminalities.
15. From afar I heard Leonardo’s’ voices scrubbing in my face his vapid reprimands; but my spirit intoxicated by the brandy ethyl fumes exalted my mood for the alcoholic beverage, and I could little elucidate the coherence of his words.
16. Jesus reprimands them,.

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