punishments

[ puhn-ish-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF punishments
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The punishments that fell upon them fell upon the wrong shoulders.

But I can't understand why I'm allowed to, after all the threats and punishments.

In short, we believe a future state of rewards and punishments.

Might not that lead to a confusion between rewards and punishments?

Punishments of offences and modes of procedure come next in order.

It is a vision of the rewards and punishments which await good and bad men after death.

The punishments inflicted on them bear no proportion to their crimes.

Think of it—their dependence on man, their temptations, their rewards, their punishments!

Not the least important information was that relating to punishments of the past.

After enduring these punishments, he was sent to the Fleet prison.