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“And it should stop us from indulging yet again in the righteously indignant finger-wagging that is possibly our most self-defeating national pastime.”
“As a videogame player, I'm nervous about congress 'recent finger-wagging.”
“Notes Simmons: Mr. Gray's picks likely will not face the same finger-wagging as those of Mr. Fenty, whose UDC nominees were summarily rejected by the council when Mr. Gray was its chairman.”
“Gadahn, a heavily bearded man in his twenties wearing a white robe and turban, became a regular on-camera presence in al-Qaeda videos using his jihad handle of “Azzam al-Amriki” and delivering finger-wagging lectures about the perfidious United States.”
“It had become heated at times, but only the tight-lipped, finger-wagging kind of heat, nothing over-the-top to cause voters to wonder about the temperament of either candidate.”
“Wen said that China would not tolerate finger-wagging lectures on human rights and that the UK and China should respect each other as equals.”
“The first officer appears to react angrily to a confrontation with protesters – he is pulled back and apparently given advice about his conduct by a finger-wagging colleague, as protesters chant: "The whole world is watching!”
“So the New York Times piles on with much finger-wagging.”
“The Bedouin tent he insisted on pitching when visiting foreign capitals, his infamous entourage of heavily armed female bodyguards, grandiose projects such as his $20bn Great Man-Made River through the Libyan desert and his absurdist, finger-wagging homilies to world leaders often rendered him a figure of fun and derision.”
“One of those men loudly proclaimed Surratt's innocence from the very scaffold at which they were hanged, and Redford's movie ponders the highly ambiguous facts about her involvement in the same worthy, po-faced and finger-wagging manner that characterises most of his work as a director.”
Looking for tweets for finger-wagging.