- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reprimand.
“The reason why Rep. Wilson was formally reprimanded is that he refused to apologize to the House of Representatives, the very place he made his infraction.”
“The military's investigation into Peterson's death, writes Mitchell, "would later note that earlier she had been 'reprimanded' for showing 'empathy' for the prisoners.”
“The official probe of her death would later note that earlier she had been "reprimanded" for showing "empathy" for the prisoners.”
“Griffin also reportedly "reprimanded" Schultz following his description of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as a "fat slob.”
“When he is finally "reprimanded" and forced to retire, just last month, he is a three-star admiral.”
“After the initial charges were revealed in July, Rep. Gene Green D-Tex., who chaired the subcommittee conducting the initial investigation, told reporters that his panel had recommended Rangel be "reprimanded" for the financial violations.”
“This was apparently not of particular concern to Senator Black, who replied that Ms. Goforth was "reprimanded," but not fired, citing Goforth's "stellar record," which apparently trumps any collegial concerns for the dignity of the Tennessee Senate, the State, the Republican Party, or the personal or professional moral and ethical integrity of Senator Black herself.”
“According to the official report on her death released the following year, she had earlier been "reprimanded" for showing "empathy" for the prisoners.”
“( "Hist. of England, 1628-1637," ii, 89), the mayor and the city lawyers were "reprimanded" and "intimidated" by the council, and a”
“He was "reprimanded" (In fact, Chief Joyces 'exact word) while working for the Wareham Police.”
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