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1. Pope Leo gave him absolution.
2. The priest heard her confession and granted absolution.
3. She was granted/given absolution.
4. I do not offer Brock absolution.
5. It was national absolution: they won the World Cup but we played football.
6. Does this mean that absolution by the patient is ineffective in relieving the doctor of his duty?
7. She had been granted absolution of her sins,[Sentencedict.com] but had died protesting her innocence to the last.
8. Its promise of absolution moved her to believe that her most private, unshared agonies might be lifted.
9. And once they're they expect absolution.
10. Those who were penitent obtained absolution.
11. And once they are done, they expect absolution.
12. The sooner it is over, the longer the absolution.
13. Vulgarization, oversimplification and absolution should be avoided by all means when Principles guiding party are named after the name of their leading founders.
14. This machine also has the self-absorption function, the absolution supplies the thick liquid pump.
15. Don't come to me absolution. You want to be a shark, be a shark.
16. She felt as if his words had granted her absolution.
17. Alison wanted to talk, to negotiate, to exhibit her guilt feelings to Franca and receive some sort of absolution.
18. Innocent maintained that Philip should have gone to Rome for absolution but for the moment he let the matter rest.
19. He watched them awhile, and then, temporarily, he granted his own absolution.
20. I once heard the confession of a merchant from the Portsoken who wished absolution for killing his wife.
21. And, despite what he answered, Pope Leo gave him absolution.
22. He heard confessions of sins by his parishioners and gave absolution as he saw fit, enjoining a suitable penance.
23. Classical philosophers refer to them with contempt, as peddlers of absolution for a modest fee.
24. The heroes in the works of Mauriac proved that absolution was not only wrong but also impossible.
25. Dan led us in a group prayer of penance, and said a prayer of absolution.
26. There is a luxury in self-reproach. When we blame ourselves we feel that no one else has a right to blame us. It is the confession, not the priest, that gives us absolution.
27. Mauriac created his hero carefully, for he hoped to deny absolution through his heroes.
28. It is the confession, not the priest, that gives us absolution.
29. Among Clinton's potential consolation prizes: the veep slot and absolution of her campaign debt.
30. The penitent hope their red-faced admissions of guilt will bring absolution, but can saying sorry really be enough to restore their credibility?
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