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  • He has been censured for an occasional play on language in the expression of feeling. Cited from Lectures on Dramatic Art, by A. W. Schlegel
  • No man ought to be severely censured for not being beyond his age in virtue. Cited from Critical and Historical Essays, by Macaulay V1
  • He could not, indeed, be censured for that in any court of inquiry. Cited from The Grey Room, by Eden Phillpotts
  • He was one of three admirals given a censure for his part in planning the event.
  • Tunstall thought they would do harm, kept them back, and received no censure for his conduct. Cited from Henry VIII, by A. F. Pollard
  • He is publicly censured for this action and the novel follows his later attempts at coming to terms with his past.
  • I would laugh at the world and its censure for your sake -- for my sake too. Cited from Moon-Face and Other Stories by Jack London
  • Although the weather and crew sickness played a part, he was censured for not making better use of the forces under his command.
  • I am not ignorant how much I have been censured for mentioning this last particular. Cited from Harvard Classics Volume 28, by Various
  • He did not escape censure for having allowed the great advantage he had acquired, to slip through his hands unused. Cited from The Life of George Washington, Vol. 3 (of 5), by John Marshall
  • He was censured for his protest and, later that year, travelled to England to continue his medical studies.
  • The ladies also did not escape censure for their love of finery. Cited from History of English Humour, Vol. 2 (of 2),by Alfred Guy Kingan L'Estrange
  • Burke has been severely censured for the part he took in this. Cited from Burke's Speech on Conciliation with America
  • However, once there, he takes advantage of his unique methods to provide entertainment, which he is censured for by other doctors.
  • These records never contained a word of either praise or censure for Mogley. Cited from Tales From Bohemia, by Robert Neilson Stephens
  • No one should incur censure for being tender of their reputation. Cited from English Grammar in Familiar Lectures, by Samuel Kirkham
  • The senior officers involved with the incident were censured for their failure to bring the squadron up to a satisfactory standard.
  • I owned that they spent much more on state, or station, than the Americans; but we neither had any censure for them otherwise. Cited from Seven English Cities, by W. D. Howells
  • I say, ought any one to be censured for doing this, although he should not be able to prove any of those miracles false? Cited from Defence of Divine Revelation, by Hosea Ballou
  • Edmondson was also censured for essentially reprising the same character he had been playing for his entire career.
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