I make it plain it is open to you, Mr Rothschild, to apply to the court, in this court, to purge your contempt.
In 1949, there was a mass purge of Communists, using regulations originally designed for ultra - right militarists.
I have been told by the Solicitor / Barrister trying yet again to purge my contempt that my sentence is wildly excessive.
sufferers eat normally in summer but overeat and purge during winter
After the restoration of the absolute monarchy in 1814, Goya narrowly survived a purge .
He talked about being able to purge yourself of issues, fears and anxieties by personifying them as demons and then doing workings to expel them.
Eviatar mistakenly asserts that I held the purge of the communists the most important consequence of that 1947 law.
They will not be released until they purge their contempt of court.
an opportunity to purge the party of unsatisfactory members
Then she finishes up with a ringing ‘We repudiate any type of demands for a purge of the movement.’