However, Dhu-Nuwas's grandiose schemes received a serious setback when a neighboring sheikh named Aidug, who still adhered to heathenism, reproached
the Himyarite king for destroying the Arabian Peninsula's trade by his exclusion of Byzantine merchants.
The Russian press has long reproached
the Bolshoi for the lack of foreign productions in its repertory.
But in a sign of how far apart the two sides are on the fundamental political issues that divide them, Jiang reproached
Clinton for asserting Friday that the goal of the administration's China policy is to ``promote a more open and free China.
him for not purging communists.
The Supervisory Board thereby endorses the resolution passed by the Investment, Financial and Audit Committee that the matter was duly attended to and the Executive Committee responsible for the matter cannot be reproached
It comes as no surprise, given his lack of academic training and his decisively pragmatic biases, that Continental philosophy is a somewhat muddled area for him, even though Homemade Esthetics demonstrates that Greenberg has read Kant's Critique of Judgment more attentively than most of those who have reproached
him for his alleged Kantianism.
One day his mother found one of the cards and reproached
Grigorovich for alleged duplicity and for a lack of artistic initiative, blaming him for keeping only half of his promise to mount new productions of Le Corsaire and Don Quixote last season.
When Soong worked with General George Marshall in 1946 to reconcile disagreements between the Nationalist Party (Kuomintang) and the Communist Party's leaders, he conducted talks with Zhou Enlai, but was reproached
by President Chiang.
Lambasting Oxford University students for giving Simpson a platform, Jackie Mason on Tuesday reproached
them with satire.
In this regard, Robert Pincus-Witten's article "Bruce Nauman: Another Kind of Reasoning" (published in Artforum in February 1972), which reproached
the artist for turning away from the wordplay featured in his earlier works toward "phenomenological," indeed "behaviorist," pieces, should be reread in light of the past two and a half decades of Nauman's production.
Just as in the era of the historical avant-garde, those artists introducing artificial, aesthetic differences are reproached
for being motivated exclusively by commercial and strategic interests.
In this work the author of Male Fantasies manages to define Muller as the crucial if not sole German author to no longer draw psychologically on the war dead - something for which Muller had been reproached
in the past.