Waiting in the departure lounge for the Cardiff flight, I was aware of a typical extended Italian family seated nearby, dominated by a grandmother dressed in traditional bombazine black, who was continually and volubly chiding
the younger members of the party in Italian.
Some of our top underwriting professionals have "crossed over" (as we delight in chiding
them), bringing their considerable skills to bear for such agencies.
I remember chiding
my labor council for its resistance.
So next time you're chiding
yourself for driving past the Sears Tower again on your way to O'Hare, make a mental note to check out Wyndham for your next business trip and stay an extra day to do what you want to do.
It must be all that sea air in Harrogate - Trade Secretary Patricia Hewitt chiding
noisy Tories in the Commons after their weekend conference in Harrogate - which is among the furthest from the sea of any town in the country.
Kent's tone in these discussions is often polemical, chiding
individual scholars and exaggerating their viewpoints.
His views - supporting affirmative action, condemning black crime, chiding
white racism - are perfectly respectable, but commonplace.
But the championship match took a backseat to comments attributed to (and then denied by) Hingis, chiding
Mauresmo for her open lesbian relationship.