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After cross-questioning and severely reprimanding me they asked if I would hold my peace if they would let me go.
She was contented with reprimanding him severely, and ordering him from her presence.
She realized that there was no use in reprimanding Katy,—the girl was simply ignorant.
O Ppt, I remember your reprimanding me for meddling in other people's affairs: I have enough of it now, with a wanion.
THE JOURNAL TO STELLAJONATHAN SWIFT
They were both placed before the giant, who began reprimanding his wife for staying so long.
They were placed before the giant, who began reprimanding his poor wife most severely for staying so long.
FOLK-LORE AND LEGENDS: ENGLISHCHARLES JOHN TIBBITS
Even in reprimanding or scolding another, it is common in Malay to adopt an impersonal and not a direct mode of address.
A MANUAL OF THE MALAY LANGUAGEWILLIAM EDWARD MAXWELL
Reprimanding my delinquent hunter, and much vexed, I went back and took up my night's quarters at the old wooden hut.
The young man burst out laughing, instead of reprimanding Tobias, who maintained his sulky impassiveness of face.
Even the moments occupied in reprimanding the servant had been moments seized on as the pretext for another delay.
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