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discipline (someone) 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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n. drugs. She smokes this stuff she calls discipline. Smells like pot to me.
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By involving your students in the process of selecting music and learning about other disciplines, they also become invested in the idea that music can reach beyond its typical boundaries.
Six Disciplines NWO delivers a systematic business-building process, practical software tools and business coaching for organizations to achieve success.
A committee should oversee a rigorous approval process for the selection of courses from traditional disciplines that may count toward the major.
Muscat, Nov 4 (ONA) Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) will organize on November 12th and 13th the Disciplines Fair 2013 under the theme of "Your Discipline Is Your Career" under the patronage of Dr.
Configuration of information will continue to be specialized to meet the needs of specialized disciplines and individuals in the hard sciences, social science, business, and law.
A strong institutional integrity results from both an organizational culture that addresses and disciplines wrongdoing, as well as from its employees who actively support the task of fairly and expeditiously identifying and punishing misconduct within its ranks.
Science gave birth to the first disciplines or specialized areas of knowledge in the early nineteenth century when chemistry, physics, and astronomy emerged as distinct areas of science.
Workers can avoid the problem of part-time spirituality, Gregory Pierce argues, with a series of disciplines that fit into today's busy workplaces.
But consistent attacks on the NEA by vocal, yet small, groups of politicians who have no working knowledge of the art disciplines they disparage, have challenged the NCA in its purpose of helping the NEA use its limited resources efficiently, and with maximum impact.
Figure 2 represents results of an importance/effectiveness/cost assessment of five major disciplines within the medical center's communication function.
Ethics in the management of health care institutions thus complements the other disciplines of management with the discipline of asking, always and again and again, "What ought the morality of health care institutions to be?
The articles also emphasize the need for cooperation among disciplines in order to make the technology work.
Six Disciplines NC today announced that best-selling author Gary Harpst will discuss his Execution Revolution experiences from 7:30-10:30 a.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- Six Disciplines, the first complete strategy and execution program for small- and mid-sized businesses, announced today that CEO Gary Harpst will address attendees at the North Carolina Technology Association Leadership Conference.
Allied health and nursing disciplines share similar history as "helping professions" that moved their education from the hospital setting into the university milieu.