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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of berate.


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  • At one point, Mr. Mozilo "berated" a senior Countrywide official who questioned his actions on the VIP loans, the agency alleges in its recent filing.

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  • Meanwhile, Ben Smith reports that his German-speaking readers have found reports in the German press saying that an American official "berated" a German official about the speech idea.

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  • Actually Dr William Lane Craig if this is to whom you refer has "berated" apologists for using the fallacious Liar, Lunatic, Lord argument.

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  • HE YELLED AT US According to a source at Gawker. com, Aiken "berated" the kids for "unclear" reasons.


  • Legal Aid WA rookie Dragana Nuic, 22, jumped off The Gap - just days after being "berated" by a magistrate in a West Australian court, whose conduct is now being investigated by the | Top Stories

  • Wyatt, who has served the USDA for over eighteen years and received numerous performance awards, was "berated" and transferred to the western Vermont region, where he was certain he wouldn't see the same kind of egregious behavior. Main RSS Feed

  • Treasury's Geithner said to be "really upset" and has "berated" company execs

  • According to ThisDaily online, the NPF has "berated" Amnesty for its report.

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  • He said the ANC regarded as "gravely regrettable" that she had "berated" Zuma's decision to grant an increase.

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  • "berated" representatives from AIG after hearing about the plans.

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