Censure

A censure ( /ˈsɛnʃər/) is an expression of strong disapproval or harsh criticism. Among the forms that it can take are a stern rebuke by a legislature, a spiritual penalty imposed by a church, and a negative judgment pronounced on a theological proposition.

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Thomas L. Blanton - Censure
... The letter itself was an affidavit sent by an employee of the Public Printer on September 3, 1921, and relates to the Government Printing Office ... A selection of the letter, which relates what Levi Huber, the corrector of revises, said to the employee "G__d D___n your black heart, you ought to have it torn out of you, you u____ s_____ of a b_____ ...
Censure In The United States - Senatorial Censures
... procedures for taking disciplinary action against senators through such measures as formal censure or actual expulsion from the Senate ... forms of punishment available to it expulsion, which requires a two-thirds vote or censure, which requires a majority vote ... Censure is a formal statement of disapproval ...
Colorado House Career Of Douglas Bruce - 2008 Legislative Session - Censure
... Romanoff elected to pursue the censure recommendation, and, on January 24, the full House of Representatives voted 62-1 (with only Rep ... Kevin Lundberg opposed) to censure Bruce ...
Roman Catholic Church - Theological Censure
... A theological censure is a doctrinal judgment by which a Church stigmatizes certain teachings detrimental to faith or morals ... Specific theological censures are divided into three groups according as they bear principally upon (1) the import, or (2) the expression, or (3) the consequences, of condemned propositions ... This enumeration, though incomplete, sufficiently draws the aim of the third group of censures they are directed against such propositions as would imperil religion in general, the Church ...
Samak Sundaravej - Political Career - Censure (no-confidence) Motion
2008 submitted to Deputy House Speaker Somsak Kiartsuranan a censure motion of no-confidence against Samak Sundaravej and 7 cabinet ministers in the parliament, to oust his coalition government ... The 3 days of censure debate were finally terminated by the voting session on 27 June ...

Famous quotes containing the word censure:

    They have a right to censure that have a heart to help: the rest is cruelty, not justice.
    William Penn (1644–1718)

    For be it remembered that we have not published any ... sentiment without having first ourselves carefully examined it on all sides. We expect not therefore ... a hasty censure because our opinions may happen to appear new as to some particular points, which our readers may never before have thoroughly examined.
    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)

    Everything here below beneath the sun is subject to continual change; and perhaps there is nothing which can be called more inconstant than opinion, which turns round in an everlasting circle like the wheel of fortune. He who reaps praise today is overwhelmed with biting censure tomorrow; today we trample under foot the man who tomorrow will be raised far above us.
    —E.T.A.W. (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Wilhelm)