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  • v  take to task

  • The teachers teach with diligence and never fail to reprove any student who fails to respond or is inattentive in class.
  • Near death, she roused herself to reprove a guest for being too polite: "I will not have good manners in my house.
  • They work rapidly and never fail to reprove me when I do not respond readily or if I am in any way inattentive.
Quotes

  • Gregg Williams in SportingNews.com
    We have a lot to prove,Williams said Monday. "We've got to reprove ourselves, and I think I'm a better coach when we have a chip on our shoulders. Nobody should be feeling good about last year. I know I'm certainly not feeling good about...
  • Billy Koch in CBC.ca
    Just seeing that I had to come here and reprove myself to all the coaches because the things that were said about me once I left Cincinnati were that I couldn't play anymore, I couldn't even walk anymore, can't practice, and that was all a... Willie Anderson http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flipper_Anderson&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG8a2nc-U3FRWQB8Ty941svdNi8Qw Ravens Insider http://www.google.com/url?q=http://bal.scout.com/2/816101.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNENX0ehO1XY9-wkRFhX4K4lCjfDpg Nov 26, 2008 82874 110403 reprove Would I like to be the closer? Yes," Koch said. "That's what I was made to do. But I'm going to have to take the baseball and reprove myself. There's a lot of pride factor there."

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