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Admonitively
Admonitive Ad*mon"i*tive, a. Admonitory. [R.] --Barrow. -- Ad*mon"i*tive*ly, adv.

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- Admonition (or "being admonished") is the lightest punishment under Scots law. It occurs when an offender who has been found guilty or who has pleaded...
- National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, Netherlands. It contains the Admonitions of Ipuwer, an incomplete literary work whose original composition is...
- The Admonitions Scroll is a Chinese narrative painting on silk that is traditionally ascribed to Gu Kaizhi (ca. 345–ca. 406), but which modern scholarship...
- In the United States, the Miranda warning is a type of notification customarily given by police to criminal suspects in police custody (or in a custodial...
- The Admonitions (Hungarian: Intelmek; Latin: Libellus de institutione morum) is a mirror for princes—a literary work summarizing the principles of government—completed...
- Canonical admonitions are a preliminary means used by the Roman Catholic Church towards a suspected person, as a preventive of harm or a remedy of evil...
- The history of the Puritans can be traced back to the first Vestments Controversy in the reign of Edward VI, the formation of an identifiable Puritan movement...
- (Chinese: 女誡; pinyin: Nǚjiè; Wade–Giles: Nuchieh), also translated as Admonitions for Women, Women's Pre-cepts, or Warnings for Women, is a work by the...
- first cl****ic expression of Puritanism, their Admonition to the Parliament. According to the Admonition, the Puritans had long accepted the Book of Common...
- The Admonitio generalis is a collection of legislation known as a capitulary issued by Charlemagne in 789, which covers educational and ecclesiastical...
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