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To penalize a yacht in proportion to the fineness of her performance is unfair to the craft and to her men.
Earlier, Arevalo stated that the Armed Forces of the Philippines is proposing to penalize any act that will glorify terrorism as part of the bid to strengthen the country's anti-terrorism law.
A police official told the Senate on Wednesday that a new law is needed to penalize school administrators found 'tolerating' the New People's Army's (NPA) recruitment of their students.
Bernadette Herrera-Dy said President Duterte can further empower women by signing the Congress-ratified bill, which seeks to penalize gender-based street, public spaces and online harassment.
The decision to penalize the two doctors - a gastroenterologist and and an emergency room doctor - and the nurse came in response to proof that they were negligent in implementing specific instructions from the Center of Command and Control of Infectious Diseases at the Ministry of Health.
With such minor tiffs on the field, you will have to penalize four to five people everyday because it happens all the time on the field," said Azad.
Chairwoman Margaret Hodge said: "There is a risk sanctions unfairly penalize the most vulnerable, particularly those with mental health problems.
Pensioners will have to bear on the new rule imposed by the federal government, which is to penalize those who sell its excess electricity from their solar power systems to the electric company.