- r in an unpardonable manner or to an unpardonable degree
- Alas, the chassis and mechanicals for the SSR were borrowed from GM's corporate midsize SUV program, making the putative performance machine heavy, underpowered and unforgivably .
- Within the brotherhood of researchers, however, Salk had sinned unforgivably by not saluting either Enders or, more seriously, his colleagues at the Pittsburgh lab.
- GOP insiders who saw the performance unanimously agreed that Steele was seriously, perhaps unforgivably, remiss in not challenging a television host who compared Republicans to .
News & Articles
- Realistic Transfer Deadline Day Targets for Arsenal
When Arsene Wenger actually admits he has needs, you know the man is getting pretty desperate. Such is the position that Arsenal find themselves in mere days before the transfer window slams shut on Monday, September 2nd. An unforgivably threadbare squad, further crippled by inevitable injuries, is in desperate need of reinforcement while new faces are allowed to be brought in. The media know ...
Aug. 29, 2013 - Bleacher Report
- Victoria Rowell in Blackvoices (blog)
I spent 18 years in foster care, enduring inadequate health and dental care and unforgivably, was turned away more than once at a doctor's office. Nationally, 25,000 foster youth annually emancipate from foster care without health coverage,...
- John Kerry in Muslim American Society
It is tragically and unforgivably late in coming, but important that the United States Senate is now talking openly about one of the biggest stains on our history, and working to heal wounds across generations,Kerry said in a speech on the...