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Too much time away from picking items off shelves to ship to consumers — time that is tracked by computers — can lead to reprimands that can slow raises and promotions, and even lead to termination.

At airports, warnings and reprimands to passengers who refuse to comply with federal security screeners gained teeth with the order.

It’s therefore likely that Pack and his team will leave government before receiving any reprimands.

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The board of overseers sanctioned Mason for unprofessional conduct in 2009 for exposing himself to both women, giving him one of its lowest public sanctions — a reprimand.

Browder said in a deposition for the case that he faced no internal reprimands or discipline, and that the shooting didn’t even come up in his yearly performance review.

Two years later, the reprimand was overturned, but Mia was unsuccessful in her bid to annul the adoptions.

Though Steele was never charged, he was given a career-ending reprimand.

He failed to reprimand the MKs in question, implicitly suggesting that in the Likud, support for two states is optional at best.

He Made a Positive Test Result ‘Go Away’ Did Armstrong pay to have a reprimand by the International Cycling Union disappear?

He and one other officer received only a letter of reprimand.

One would think that the chorus should rather give the son a severe reprimand for speaking in so brutal a manner to his father.

Hoory Nicolas then began to converse with me, in the way of reprimand, for being in connexion with the English.

More than once had Betsy's careless behavior drawn a reprimand upon her father.

Maciej did not finish his sentence, however, for the offended shoemaker began to reprimand him sternly.

One of his first acts was severely to reprimand Puttkammer for misusing government influence at elections.


On this page you'll find 122 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reprimand, such as: admonition, censure, rebuke, admonishment, blame, and castigation.

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