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Silver said in December that he hoped that players would stand for the anthem, but that he wouldn’t punish players who protested.
Students will not be punished for using single-use plastics on campus, but school officials plan to offer enough alternatives so that students will not need to rely on plastics, Chapple said.
To his credit, when he was in a position to financially punish me for saying no, he did not.
Those videos and other stuff happened before any of us were on the team, and it feels like we’re being punished.
Each practice session was planned to the minute, and players were punished if they were late.
It is a road map and a clarion call for a healthier, more beautiful, more caring, less-punishing society.
Hunkered down at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, he has been quietly urging on efforts to punish those Republicans who turned against him during his final weeks in office while deciding against immediate comment on Greene or Cheney, aides say.
Desperate workers rush to delivery app jobs to find low pay and punishing rulesThe FTC alleges Amazon changed the way it paid drivers in late 2016, lowering the hourly rate and then used customer tips to make up the difference.
GameStop was picked because traders thought they could punish shorts, remember, not because it was going to bring a revolution to video game distribution.
In November, voters punished Democrats and cut their majority in the House in a surprise move.

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