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Sentence count:87+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-09-23Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: investigationobligationallegationlimitationinvestigateinvestigatoreditionadditionMeaning: [‚mɪtɪ'geɪʃn]  n. 1. to act in such a way as to cause an offense to seem less serious 2. a partial excuse to mitigate censure; an attempt to represent an offense as less serious than it appears by showing mitigating circumstances 3. the action of lessening in severity or intensity. 
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1 The captain added, in mitigation, that the engines may have been faulty.
2 Kieran Coonan QC told the judge in mitigation that the offences had been at the lower end of the scale.
3 His marriage had brought a slight mitigation of the monotony of his existence.
4 In mitigation, the defence lawyer said his client was seriously depressed at the time of the assault.
5 I can only plead, in mitigation, inexperience.
6 Or the landowner could propose some mitigation.
7 Two factors may be pleaded in mitigation.
8 Whatever she can urge in mitigation, she is a fallen woman for the rest of her life.
9 Production can not be an incidental to the mitigation of inequality or the provision of jobs.
10 In mitigation Michael Rayner said his client had been deeply depressed in the days leading up to the incident.
11 All I can say, in mitigation, was that to my knowledge I was never the one to start trouble.
12 In mitigation Ronald Coia said his client was suffering from deep depression because his business had failed.
13 Apart from mitigation, these actions can include some adaptation and response measures, preparation of National Communications, and capacity building.
14 In mitigation Lawrence Hazell, for Muise, said he committed the offence because he owed some people £110.
15 Defense counsel made a speech in mitigation.
16 Create strategies for risk mitigation and contingency planning.
17 But the project goes beyond disaster prevention and mitigation.
18 Mitigation of climate change is of global public benefit.
19 All that makes up a plea in mitigation.
20 'I was very young at the time, ' he said in mitigation.
21 Ironically, in the light of later events, defending counsel then sought an adjournment in order to call character witnesses in mitigation.
22 The defence barrister, David Lane, then stood up to offer some brief remarks in mitigation.
23 All the facts of the case will be fresh in his mind and he will have just heard the mitigation of counsel.
24 Even with that lesser verdict there was plenty of mitigation.
25 And all discussions of deleterious impact seem to be liberally peppered with a single word: mitigation.
26 In such a case the compliance would doubtless be a strong factor in mitigation of sentence.
27 I have listened with patience to your attempts at mitigation ... No,( scrub round that.
28 Availability is assured at the operating system level, allowing for transparent mitigation of active and passive network denial-of-service attacks.
29 You will achieve strong ability service. We will help you design ratepaying, reasonable tax mitigation, debasement of money ullage, which display our work efficiency.
30 Availability is assured at the operating system level allowing for transparent mitigation of active and/or passive network denial-of-service attacks.
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