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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of punish.
- adj. That has been the object of punishment
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. subjected to a penalty (as pain or shame or restraint or loss) for an offense or fault or in order to coerce some behavior (as a confession or obedience)
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_Bachelors should be punished, because they break a law of nature_, the ambiguity becomes obvious when you expand: _All law breakers should be punished, Bachelors break a law of nature, Therefore bachelors should be punished_; at once you see that _law_ is used in two senses, one the
_constantly wept when I punished them_; and now she is among the slaves front morning to night; she regulates the whole of my slave establishment; she inquires into every offence committed by them, pronounces sentence upon the offender, and _stands by and sees them punished_. '
Lansingburgh Central School District Superintendent George Goodwin punished Whalen for having the small utility knife in a tool kit that was locked in the teen's car.
Whether anyone should be punished is an entirely separate matter, and one that depends on what individual students may or may not have done.
Whether anyone should be punished is an entirely separate matter, and one that depends on what individual students may or may not havedone.
They had no part in this, the only way the kids were punished is because there happened to be a meeting after school hours in the parking lot ...
(And even though the mindset that dissenting views deserve to be crushed and punished is a very ugly one, I do get some amusement from seeing the logical pretzels that commenters twist themselves in to trying to claim that such a mindset makes them the enlightened ones.) nicehonesty (Quote)
Shlomo Riskin, rabbi of the neighboring settlement of Efrat, said, "Whoever destroys, whoever murders and whoever burns the house of God will be punished from the heavens."
Florida broke the rules and they should remain punished for breaking them.
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