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discipline (one) for (something)

To scold or punish someone for a wrongdoing. Don't worry, I already disciplined that group of boys for throwing food in the cafeteria. If you don't want to be disciplined for lateness, then just get to work on time!
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discipline someone for something

to punish or chastise someone for doing something. I will have to discipline you for fighting. Mary was disciplined for taking part in the fiasco.
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discipline

n. drugs. She smokes this stuff she calls discipline. Smells like pot to me.
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Disciplined leaders do not only mouth the good intentions that they have; they go a step forward and let these show in their actions.
Eighty-four professors were disciplined for drunk driving during the period.
The status report shows that, in 2003, 80 officers were disciplined for unreasonable force, and that no charges were filed against officers accused in 632 allegations.
The cadre members and upper-class cadets serve as excellent examples of how to behave in a disciplined, professional, and caring way.
* Is there a better and more disciplined way to manage IT, rather than one latest-and-greatest application at a time?
The most difficult action to defend--in both legal and practical terms--is the complaint of an employee who was disciplined with out having the appropriate backup documentation.
"But if you start seeing a pattern where multiple experts are being disciplined, the industry will have to look at it more carefully."
If some officers are disciplined according to the dictates of positive discipline, and other officers who have committed similar offenses are disciplined according to the dictates of negative discipline, then those officers who have been disciplined more harshly are likely to feel aggrieved and discriminated against.
And yet, where can one find "difficult" or disciplined Christianity today?
The solution is to prioritize, and to be disciplined about it.
Disciplined people tend to make better decisions because they take the time to weigh all the possibilities.