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Now she wants a more authoritative rebuke of his presidency.CAN SHE WOO AFRICAN MIGRANTS TO TURN THE SENATE BLUE?DANIEL MALLOYDECEMBER 3, 2020OZY
The company has also drawn rebukes from governance experts who point out that Thiel will have power with little accountability because of multi-class stock that grants him outsize power in perpetuity.PALANTIR SHARES ARE UP BIG ON FIRST DAY OF TRADINGVERNE KOPYTOFFSEPTEMBER 30, 2020FORTUNE
In several cases, GOP lawyers cited minor episodes of alleged fraud that occurred in other states in past years, prompting rebukes from judges.COURTS VIEW GOP FRAUD CLAIMS SKEPTICALLY AS DEMOCRATS SCORE KEY LEGAL VICTORIES OVER MAIL VOTINGELISE VIEBECKSEPTEMBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The presidential rebuke was prompted by Portuguese investigations into financial dealings of the Angolan elite, including members of dos Santos’ family.IS IT PORTUGAL’S TURN TO GAIN ‘FREEDOM’ FROM ANGOLA?EROMO EGBEJULESEPTEMBER 28, 2020OZY
Whether this was a rebuke to the current FDA or a power grab by Azar, the assertion of politics over science cannot be ignored.AMID VACCINE TRIALS, THE FDA IS ON TRIAL ITSELFJAKEMETHSEPTEMBER 24, 2020FORTUNE
The church has lately been much enlarged, and the long-standing rebuke no more exists.SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
Whatever it was, the rebuke was convincing, for the woman dropped her hoe and went mumbling into the house.THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
Thy own wickedness shall reprove thee, and thy apostasy shall rebuke thee.THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
Nothing will rebuke incivility in another so surely as perfect courtesy in your own manner.THE LADIES' BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, AND MANUAL OF POLITENESSFLORENCE HARTLEY
Edward displayed great energy of rebuke and counsel, while Robert steadily advanced southwards.KING ROBERT THE BRUCEA. F. MURISON

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