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forgivable

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  • s  easily excused or forgiven

  • There are the beginnings here of a possible pattern in Cheney's thoughts--the suggestion that violations of law in the service of a greater national good are forgivable.
  • She went on to say that she thought Dumbledore had fallen in love with Grindelwald, a Dark Wizard he defeated in battle in 1945, which possibly made it forgivable that he had not .
  • She has just made some forgivable beginner's mistake in her new job as Miranda's second assistant the one who brings in the coffee and picks up the dry cleaning and she is .
News & Articles

  • Workshop For State Grants, Loans
    Get Business Mobile Text Alerts The Connecticut Small Business Express program, a combination of grants, loans, and forgivable loans available to businesses headquartered in Connecticut with fewer than 100 employees, is open to more applicants.        
    June 13, 2013 - Hartford Courant
Quotes

  • Tadatoshi Akiba in AFP
    This means a grave challenge for the international community, which can never be forgivable,Akiba said.
  • Katie Couric in The University of Alabama Crimson White
    I find myself in the last bastion of male dominance, and realizing what Hillary Clinton might have realized not long ago: sexism in the American society is more common than racism, and certainly more acceptable or forgivable,Couric said in an...
  • Arsene Wenger in Times Online
    The guy should never play again,Wenger said. "This is the result of a very bad tackle that is not forgivable. People will always use the excuse that the guy is not a dirty player and that he did not mean it. It is like a guy who kills one...

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