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i nuh suhnt lee

  • r  in a not unlawful manner
    he claimed to have purchased the contraband innocently
  • r  in a naively innocent manner
    she smiled at him innocently

  • He believes, perhaps innocently, that he can save a lot of lives.
  • South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford's June 24 statement that his yearlong affair with an Argentine woman began "innocently" has drawn both sympathy and scorn.
  • But Hungary's Jews had gone docilely to their deaths, innocently sure they were merely being sent to labor camps.
News & Articles


  • Iris Robinson in Toronto Star
    Over a year and a half ago I was involved in a relationship. It began completely innocently when I gave support to someone following a family death. I encouraged friends to assist him by providing financial support for a business venture,Mrs....
  • Hamid Karzai in AFP
    In a statement condemning the event, Karzai accused of the troops of acting without coordinating with local authorities and "innocently martyring at least 70 people, most of them women and children."
  • Rudy Giuliani in CNN International
    We've come back to remember the valor of those we lost, those who innocently went to work that day and the brave souls who went in after them,former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said.

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