Down Fred went and the ref blew his whistle, piercing Croatian hearts as he pointed to the penalty spot.
Impossible last-minute comebacks, penalty shoot-outs won that looked lost.
But he did rack up 633 penalty minutes during his career, including the playoffs.
Those who do not obey orders or those who retreat will be considered “apostates,” for which the penalty is death.
But Ghana blew its chance to win the game when Asamoah Gyan missed and subsequently lost in a penalty shootout.
The penalty having been paid, Jack was immediately set at liberty.
Then criminal law and penalty took the place of retaliation.
He has incurred the penalty of death—the sentence is to be executed with the briefest possible delay.
The penalty of death was to be inflicted on any man who should marry a sacred virgin.
Now the penalty inflicted as an expiation is only a manifestation of the public anger, the material proof of its unanimity.
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.