condonation condonation


  • (n) a pardon by treating the offender as if the offense had not occurred


  • She’s Certainly the Voice of ... Something

    Sad Paula. "I may be a white woman, but I could no longer tolerate her abuse of power as a business owner, nor her condonation of Mr. Hier’s despicable behavior on a day-to-day basis. I am what I am, and I am a human being that cares about discrimination in the workplace. In part, in this circumstance, I have to be a voice for those who are too afraid to use theirs." — Lisa Jackson, who's suing ...
    on July 3, 2013     Source: New York Magazine


  1. Prime Minister Sogavare pointed out that "Under our Constitution, it is the Minister of Finance and no one else who has the right and duty to present the Government's budget for next year and to seek parliamentary condonation for its delay by...
    on Dec 9, 2007 By: Manasseh Sogavare Source: (press release)

  2. "I am optimistic that the SSS Condonation Law will also be appreciated and lauded by the hundreds of thousands of workers that are having problems with their SSS contributions due to the non-compliance of their employers," Zubiri said.
    on Jan 7, 2010 By: Juan Miguel Zubiri Source: GMA

  3. "I agree though with the following: condonation of P42 billion in obligations of Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) beneficiaries; continuation of the hunger mitigation program; concentrating on revenue collection efficiency; a...
    on Jul 27, 2009 By: Francis Escudero Source: Manila Bulletin

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pacify pacify
/ˈpæ sə ˌfaɪ /