Prior to the recently introduced amendments, a District Police Officer was unable to punish
the officers of the ranks of Inspector.
Nearly one in every five drivers surveyed admitted that they somehow punish
other drivers they encounter on the road.
Many companies unwittingly punish
customers by having untrained people pick up the phone.
The message that "learning brings its own rewards" is better than "learn or we will punish
As Nuremberg had set precedent for the limitation of state sovereignty, "Lemkin's law" challenged the international community to come up with a strategy to punish
and prevent future genocides and crimes of war.
A man claiming to be an Al Qaeda spokesman in Europe said that the group wanted to punish
Spain for its support of the Iraqi war.
Punitive damages are intended to punish
companies and act as a deterrent to corporate wrongdoing.
They must refuse to take shortcuts in accelerating the learning curve or punish
the athlete for failing to progress quickly enough.
Well, look at it this way: If managers punish
mistakes, smart employees would hide them and the company would feel their negative effects for a long time.
Legitimacy of truth is now determined by their vote and popular consensus, and they take upon themselves the power to punish
the guilty via the death penalty is not to condone the shedding of innocent blood.
To remain a free society, we need to preserve our system of criminal law to punish
criminal acts, not repugnant ideas.