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At one point, the royal resorted to a little finger wagging to persuade winner Alex Logan not to bring up the subject of his naked romp in Las Vegas.
It is time tough action was taken against these criminals as well as the young rioters who will probably get some serious finger wagging and told not to do it again.
Summary: Dropping bombs as a solution to the world's trouble spots may be falling out of fashion (with the notable exception of Libya), but finger wagging is definitely back in.
Singh from Cameron has been described as 'friendly, not finger wagging,' by officials who are anxious to develop British trade relationship with India.
Sir, We have grown used to the finger wagging and hectoring tone of eco zealots conducting their campaigns in the pages of our media, and Mark Driscoll of WWF last week added to the general racket (Third Party, The Grocer, 5 February, p20).
Our first goal is to be entertaining--to deliver insights and advice with wit, not just finger wagging," Fleming said.
Our government needs to do less finger wagging and offer more co-operation.
It's Monday, no prizes for getting that one right, it's not the best of days to walk into an office of woulda, shoulda, coulda and a day of finger wagging or indeed finger pointing and you're not going to put up with it Well done you.