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1818, William Cobbett, ''The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year 1803'', page 255
- It was not from the want of proper laws that dangerous principles had been disseminated, and had assumed a threatening aspect, but because those laws had not been employed by the executive power to remedy the evil, and to punish the offenders.
2007, Matthew Weait, ''Intimacy and Responsibility: The Criminalisation of HIV Transmission'', Routledge ((ISBN)), page 80
- The law needs to punish this behaviour as a deterrent to others.
2017, Joyce Carol Oates, ''Double Delight'', Open Road Media ((ISBN))
- His mother had punished him when he'd deserved it. She'd loved him, he was “all she had,” but she'd punished him, too.
1994, Valerie Polakow, ''Lives on the Edge: Single Mothers and Their Children in the Other America'', University of Chicago Press ((ISBN)), page 68
- But each effort that Anna makes —and she has attempted many— meets with obstacles from a welfare bureaucracy that punishes single mothers for initiative and partial economic self-sufficiency.
2008, Seth Benardete, ''The Bow and the Lyre: A Platonic Reading of the Odyssey'', Rowman & Littlefield Publishers ((ISBN)), page 5
- Homer, moreover, gives the impression that the Sun punished Odysseus's men; but we are later told that the Sun cannot punish individual men (..)
2009, Gordon Wright, ''Learning to Ride, Hunt, and Show'', Skyhorse Publishing Inc. ((ISBN)), page 44
- The rider who comes back on his horse in mid-air over a fence is punishing his horse severely.
To handle or beat severely; to maul.
To consume a large quantity of.
1970, Doc Greene, ''The Memory Collector'' (page 49)
- A few moments later, we were all sitting around the veranda of the hunters' dining hall, punishing the gin, as usual.