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unforgivable

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  • s  not excusable

  • But it isn't every day that an unforgettable (or unforgivable?) marketing campaign can drive so many people to distraction, causing them to loathe a usually admired brand.
  • That is unforgivable and inconsistent with a nation that landed six times on the moon.
  • The violent and sudden deaths of his three brothers, a plane crash, the scandalous (and, some say, unforgivable) night at Chappaquiddick: all juicy fodder for a memoir.
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  • Klapisch: Matt Harvey must be upfront with Mets
    What’s unforgivable, however, is the way Harvey and the Mets handled the brush with injury, brief as it was. The 24-year-old ace admitted he tweaked the hip in the top of the seventh inning. Harvey’s first mistake was failing to tell anyone he was no longer at 100 percent.
    June 9, 2013 - The Record
Quotes

  • President Bush in CNN International
    Every peaceful nation in the region has an interest in opposing Iran's nuclear weapons ambitions,Bush said. "To allow the world's leading sponsor of terror to gain the world's deadliest weapon would be an unforgivable betrayal of future...
  • David Chaytor in New York Times
    Mr. Chaytor said in a statement published by The Daily Telegraph that "in respect of mortgage interest payments, there has been an unforgivable error in my accounting procedures for which I apologize unreservedly."
  • Robert Mueller in Newsweek
    We together have no higher calling than to protect our children and to safeguard their innocence,FBI Director Robert Mueller said Wednesday. "Yet the sex trafficking of children remains one of the most violent and unforgivable crimes in...

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