As evenly matched as they are this time around, it could come to penalties again.
The current penalties, albeit very deep, will allow the program and remnants of the Paterno culture to continue.
He would impose serious financial and other penalties on those who do not.
The NCAA did the right thing in slapping a series of penalties on Penn State.
Second, penalties need to be increased for lying or deliberately withholding relevant requested information from Congress.
Neither the offenses nor the penalties are defined in advance.
Ill-considered remedies for our faults bring only penalties after them.
I am not indifferent to the duty every writer owes to public opinion, nor the penalties he incurs in running counter to it.
He has no identification tag; he releases Peabody; seems not to know the penalties.
But the penalties of giving are manifold, and he now felt a novel glow of sheer beneficence.
mid-15c., from Middle French penalité and directly from Medieval Latin poenalitatem (nominative poenalitas), from Latin poenalis (see penal). The sporting sense is first recorded 1885. Ice hockey penalty box attested by 1931.