Sources: Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; 英汉公共大词典
After being held for days or weeks, inadequately fed and sometimes beaten, they are shipped back to their home provinces with the admonition that they stay away from the capital.
Professor Stearns sparked a firestorm of debate here when his admonition to his Chinese students about their plagiarism was published on the Internet.
You want someone to keep in mind his mother ’s admonition about not jumping off the Brooklyn Bridge just because all of his friends do.
Instead of assuming that God is on their side, perhaps Americans should heed Abraham Lincoln's admonition that our greatest concern should be "whether we are on God's side ."
Let the period be remembered as an admonition and not as an encouragement, in any section of the Union, to make experiments where experiments are fraught with such fearful hazard.
The admonition was prompted by Bush's rebuke of how China stifles free speech and religion.
Some of his ideas were quite practical — such as his admonition to locate theaters on a “healthy ” site with adequate ventilation (away from swamps and marshes).
For example, I don't know of a single programmer who couldn't benefit from the admonition to "fix the problem, not the blame" and to sign your work like a proud craftsman.
This one simple admonition - - keep your code documented -- will save you hours down the line.
And you will know that I have sent you this admonition so that my covenant with Levi may continue," says the LORD Almighty.