How to use Blame in a sentence

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  • I can't really blame him.

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  • You can't blame yourself for your father's death.

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  • You can blame your own big mouth.

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  • How could she blame him?

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  • I think you're the one who is placing the blame on yourself.

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  • She wanted to strike out at someone - anyone, but there was no one to blame for this situation.

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  • I know I'm mostly to blame for last night, but I'm not here to entertain you.

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  • But you must not think I blame any one.

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  • But I do not blame any one.

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  • Not that I blame her.

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  • For which you blame me, even though you destroyed her!

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  • I don't blame you.

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  • Who could blame him?

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  • How could she blame him for being irritable?

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  • At least he couldn't blame her for any lack of attention this time.

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  • Who could blame Valorie for shrinking from Yancey's temper?

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  • We'll just blame it on the rabbit.

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  • Don't blame her; I could see it all over her face.

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  • When I saw you with him in the hospital, I thought you two were an item again and I had only myself to blame.

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  • From other points of view they may perhaps appear open to blame; but it is hoped they will throw light upon our present study.

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  • And I don't blame you for wanting to live on the ranch.

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  • She couldn't blame the Indian girl any more than she could blame the saloon girl who ran off with her father.

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  • Looking back, she could hardly blame him for being suspicious.

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  • She was so ill that it was impossible for them to consider in how far she was to blame for what had happened.

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  • Avoid the blame game and all the hateful feelings that go with it.

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  • His anger was unfounded, but she had to accept some of the blame for his method of approach.

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  • And who was to blame for it?

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  • Can't blame her, she said.

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  • I should blame myself, she said.

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  • The author's own carelessness may be to blame, or, as in the case of Virgil and Lucan, he may not have been allowed to put the finishing touches to his work.

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  • He soon, however, returned to literary interests, moved towards them by the sudden success of Tennyson; and in 1844 he published a small volume of Poems, which was not without individuality, but marred by inequalities of workmanship. It was widely criticized, both in praise and blame; and Patmore, distressed at its reception, bought up the remainder of the edition and caused it to be destroyed.

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  • The news supplied was meagre and inappropriate, and it did not take long for mischievous results to accrue, and the official mind was at first disposed to blame the Press for what was wrong in the " publicity " of the moment.

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  • The suffering Commons now began to blame Beaton.

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  • For this result the European Powers signatories of the Brussels Act of 1892 are to blame for lack of foresight and to some extent of goodwill.

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  • For this unfortunate issue Louis was not without blame; for from the very first, owing to an exaggerated idealism and love of antiquity, he had totally misunderstood the national character of the Greeks and the problems involved in the attempts to govern them by bureaucratic methods.

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  • The actors are never characterized; their actions are simply noted down; there is no praise and no blame.

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  • Even the Protestant churches are not exempt from blame in the matter; a small tomb near the Damascus Gate of Jerusalem has been fixed upon by a number of English enthusiasts as the true " Holy Sepulchre," an identification for which there is nothing to be said.

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  • Though Lord Cornwallis carried the scheme into execution, all praise or blame, so far as details are concerned, must belong to Sir John Shore, afterwards Lord Teignmouth, whose knowledge of the country was unsurpassed by that of any civilian of his time.

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  • As regards his execution of the former part of his duties, it is sufficient to say that he preserved his equanimity undisturbed in the darkest hours of peril, and that the strict impartiality of his conduct incurred alternate praise and blame from the fanatics on either side.

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  • Attention has been concentrated on rats, and some observers seem disposed to lay upon them the whole blame for the propagation and spread of plague, which is held to be essentially a rat-borne disease.

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  • Flexner and C. Hunter Stewart, pointing out that the evidence, so far from showing that Mr Haffkine's laboratory was to blame, made it clear to those acquainted with bacteriological work that it could have had nothing to do with the occurrence.

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  • Keble came forward at the time, desirous to share the responsibility and the blame, if there was any; for he had seen the tract before it was published, and approved it.

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  • In 1763 there was a great debate in the assembly on the progress of schism, in which the Popular party laid the whole blame at the door of the Moderates, while the Moderates rejoined that patronage and Moderatism had made the church the dignified and powerful institution she had come to be.

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  • Those who blame Bacon must acquit Essex of all wrong-doing.

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  • If any blame attaches to him, it must arise either from his endeavour to force Coke to a favourable decision, in which he was in all probability prompted by a feeling, not uncommon with him, that a matter of state policy was in danger of being sacrificed to some senseless legal quibble or precedent, or from his advice to the king that a rumour should be set afloat which was not strictly true.

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  • The twenty-eighth and last, that of negligence in looking after his servants, though it did him much harm, may fairly be said to imply no moral blame.

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  • It has been asserted that " the writings of recent Jewish critics have tended on the whole to confirm the Gospel picture of external Jewish life, and where there is discrepancy these critics tend to prove that the blame lies not with the New Testament originals, but with their interpreters."

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  • Where she deserves blame is in her use of her power for personal patronage, as in compassing the promotions of Chamillart and Villeroi, and the frequent assistance given to her brother Comte Charles d'Aubigne.

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  • The Kaffirs had suffered much injustice, especially from the commando-reprisal system, but they had also committed many injustices, and for the disturbed state of the border the vacillating policy of the Cape government was largely to blame.

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  • When parliament again met in 1371, the blame was laid on the clerical ministers, under the influence of Wycliffe.

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  • The severity of the penalty, aided by a not unjust suspicion that the ministry sought to cover themselves by throwing all the blame on the admiral, led in after time to a reaction in favour ofByng.

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  • In the spring of 1535 the authorities of the Lyons hospital, considering that Rabelais had twice absented himself without leave, elected Pierre de Castel in his room; but the documents which exist do not seem to infer that any blame was thought due to him, and the appointment of his successor was once definitely postponed in case he should return.

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  • But she at once joined her friends, and was with the northern army which defeated Warwick at St Albans on the 17th of February 1461; for the executions which followed she must bear the blame.

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  • He must sometimes praise enemies and blame friends.

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  • The want of harmony between the facts and the statements about them is patent to all scholars, and it is the knowledge of this, unacknowledged to themselves, which has made the literati labour with an astonishing amount of fruitless ingenuity and learning to find in individual words, and the turn of every sentence, some mysterious indication of praise or blame.

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  • Historical criticism may regard this tradition, in many of its features, as mere fiction, or as a perversion of facts made for the purpose of transferring the blame for the loss of a sacred literature to other persons than those actually responsible for it.

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  • The existence of famine and cholera added to the difficulties of the government, and in March 1867 the Lower House, by a majority of three, passed the laconic resolution, " The chamber inflicts a vote of blame on the government.

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  • The central situation, which so greatly shocked Voltaire and indeed all French critics from the date of the piece, 'does not seem to blame.

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  • And if in truth he knew it before you, he ought not to blame any but himself for having taken no more care to secure a discovery, which he puts so much value on.

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  • It mattered little to Henry that the cardinal was arrogant, tactless and ostentatious; indeed it suited his purpose that Wolsey should be saddled by public opinion with all the blame that ought to have been laid on his own shoulders.

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  • Fortunately for the king his subjects laid all the blame upon his mouthpiece the cardinal, instead of placing it where it was due.

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  • The cardinal bore the blame, because he and Buckingham had notoriously disliked each other; but the deed had really been of the kings own contriving.

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  • The share taken by Great Britain in all this, for which Castlercagh pre-eminently must take the praise or blame, is outlined in the article on the history of Europe (q.v.).

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  • There was a great deal too (though little to his blame) in Lord Malmesbury's observation that he was not only disliked in the House of Commons for his mysterious manner, but prejudiced by a pronounced foreign air and aspect.

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  • For this Locke himself is partly to blame.

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  • The aggregate of such rules he conceives as the law of God, carefully distinguishing it, not only from civil law, but from the law of opinion or reputation, the varying moral standard by which men actually distribute praise and blame; as being divine it is necessarily sanctioned by adequate rewards and punishments.

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  • An irresistible motive, it is forcibly said, palliates or takes away guilt; no one can blame himself for yielding to necessity, and no one can properly be punished for what he could not have prevented.

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  • The settlement of .European land claims, and the measures taken for the protection of native institutions, caused lively dissatisfaction among the colonists, who laid the blame of the commercial depression at the door of the government; but with returning prosperity this feeling began to disappear.

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  • In reviewing the Irish government of Elizabeth we shall find much to blame, a want of truth in her dealings and of steadiness in her policy.

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  • Polish historians, dazzled by his genius and valour, are apt to overlook his quasi-treasonable conduct and blame Sigismund III.

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  • It implies blame.

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  • Benedetti was severely attacked in his own country for his conduct as ambassador, and the duc de Gramont attempted to throw upon him the blame for the failures of French diplomacy.

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  • Still, he couldn't blame her if she backed out now.

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  • Maybe he was to blame for her inability to move forward.

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  • That stung a little, but it was such a personal thing that she could hardly blame him.

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  • She said I shouldn't blame myself and my mother was wrong for hating me over what I did.

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  • Bianca cringed as she had earlier that day when her mother and Jonny's mother screamed blame at each other until the nursing staff kicked them out of the room.

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  • You could blame the explosions and shit down here on the hurricane.

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  • You can't blame him after he spent scads of money on a tux and flowers and gourmet dinner.

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  • I mean, he could invent some story—like, blame me!

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  • No matter who assured him the woman he fell for was okay, he couldn't help but blame himself for all that happened to her.

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  • After all, Kris hadn.t died in the attack, and Jade could blame it all on Sasha.

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  • The shrinks seemed to think young Donnie might feel he's to blame for what happened and that's why he lost his ability to speak, but Shipton disagrees.

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  • I suppose if she were mad enough at him, she might kill him but I could visualize her whacking him over the head with a library book more than sneaking up to the ice park and cutting his rope—and then going to the trouble to blame it on me.

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  • He wanted to curse Elisabeth and blame her for the whole mess, though he knew it was entirely his fault.

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  • Maybe if you'd try a trusting someone a little, you wouldn't have to blame another man for the fact that you can't hold a woman.

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  • To absolve a company of blame for shipping bogus code is wrong.

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  • He was absolved of any blame in the matter.

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  • The team was absolved from blame on the first half goal.

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  • To attribute blame for some past disaster is rarely useful.

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  • Some put the increase down to the current "blame culture" which is becoming ever more prevalent.

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  • He was honorably acquitted of blame by a court martial.

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  • The youngest will be verbally aggressive if I suggest anything regarding getting some gainful employment, and will blame me for all his misfortunes.

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  • I can't say I blame Mike for still feeling a little aggrieved.

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  • They all suffer from respiratory ailments which they blame on air pollution.

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  • If ye hae lost it, itâs yeir ain blame.

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  • The leading low-cost airline believes it is " irrational " for environmentalists to solely blame airlines for climate change.

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  • In reality this is part of ensuring that the ' blame ', should anything go wrong, can be clearly apportioned.

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  • Who can blame you; dirt bike racing is an increasingly popular choice for many thrill seekers.

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  • He had no interest in apportioning blame or proving that anyone was at fault.

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  • Genesis 3 will lay the blame for evil at the door of the human race.

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  • Or, could he have been trying to deflect blame for 7/7?

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  • There is no point in trying to pin the blame on an innocent MLRO who is only trying to do his or her job.

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  • Scapegoats The story shows how ready some people are to shift the blame for their own actions onto someone else.

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  • If we are still working on assigning blame and legitimacy, it will not get us any further ahead in understanding the period better.

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  • Features ' i blame Elizabeth David ' He may have won OFM readers ' hearts with the peerless breakfasts at his Carluccio's Caff?

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  • They believe the blame for allowing this lies with upper tiers of NHS bureaucrats.

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  • The blame lies partly on those Indian-Americans who convinced their reps to join the caucus but never held them accountable for not being active.

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  • I blame this film for my eating much more cheesecake than reasonable, out of boredom.

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  • Today we import American blame culture by the sack load.

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  • The blame for the massive cutbacks lies with the Deputy Prime Minister's office, which has devised new criteria to award grants.

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  • Yet, these professional cynics are getting things wrong again in attributing blame.

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  • Both have a history of debt and poverty for which the countries ' dictators and western creditors share the blame.

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  • A prolonged downturn in sales is to blame for the reduced working hours at the Banner Lane factory.

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  • The ruling dynasty must take a great deal of the blame.

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  • The weak euro is to blame, but UK interest rates at twice those of Euroland don't help.

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  • Thus, it may be too facile to blame the ' increase ' on a greater popularity of smoking among women.

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  • Labels blame the precipitous falloff on piracy and online file-sharing, while some consumers point to lousy music offerings.

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  • Conservatives have laid the blame for the latest tax credits fiasco firmly at the door of Chancellor Gordon Brown.

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  • The harsh fact is that both MPs find it easier to blame foreigners than motivate at home.

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  • It's bad enough suffering all your own hang-ups, I think, without taking the blame for other people's!

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  • But just you wait until you find out who's to blame for this whole hoo-ha.

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  • Could a hormonal imbalance be to blame for your symptoms?

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  • It seems likely that some kind of abnormal immune response is to blame.

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  • The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has a litany of evils they blame on TV in particular.

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  • You can't just lop someone's head off and blame it on the Vikings.

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  • I blame the public schools who bred these ego maniacs.

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  • Many foreigners were accused, Dutch Protestants as well as French papists, showing there is nothing new about a culture of blame.

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  • The scenarios have also been interpreted in terms of a ' blame matrix ' for human exposure to secondary particulates.

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  • Instead others, even child pedestrians, get the blame.

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  • For Mrs Evans, ' Philip was the classic victim of the blame culture that now pervades our society ' .

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  • For what the judgment of men considers praiseworthy is often worthy of blame in My sight.

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  • The Government is also now seeking to blame our problems on the behavior of extremist preachers in our midst.

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  • Whoever misses out can always blame the poor referees who all were given top marks in round 9 despite Duffield losing to Edgbaston.

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  • These people today are even worse off and we blame a tyrant ruler and a corrupt regime.

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  • They simply wanted to find a scapegoat to blame for the recycling blunder.

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  • Especially the ones who blame Prescott who appears to have got away with things scott who appears to have got away with things scot free.

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  • They blame a recent drop in theater attendances on the impression that the West End has become seedy in recent years.

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  • High heels are not to blame, says research Fears that wearing high-heeled shoes could lead to knee arthritis are unfounded, say researchers.

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  • Duncan Fletcher just can't wipe the smile off his face, and who can blame him?

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  • Techies are also to blame with CVs being liberally splattered with teh agile word without any actual experience.

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  • In reality it was a bitter family squabble, with all sides equally to blame.

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  • Surely, sabre-tooth tigers and triceratops witnessed the same things then that we blame on gods today.

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  • Why blame the men for measures, even tyrannical, in self-defence?

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  • The pair went off and found their way eventually to Paris, leaving Musset in Italy, deeply wounded in his affections, but, to do him justice, taking all the blame for the rupture on himself.

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  • No blame attaches to the Roman general, Marcellus, since he had given orders to his men to spare the house and person of the sage; and in the midst of his triumph he lamented the death of so illustrious a person, directed an honourable burial to be given him, and befriended his surviving relatives.

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  • We cannot wholly acquit the Italians of their share of blame.

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  • The grand vizier nevertheless laid the blame of the failure on Thokbly, who thereupon hastened to Adrianople to defend himself before the sultan.

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  • Then the hide was stuffed with grass and yoked to a plough; the participants were charged with ox murder and each laid the blame on the other; finally the axe was thrown into the sea.

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  • He has sometimes on this plea been exonerated from all censure; but, though entitled to honour for the zeal which he showed on behalf of the natives, he must bear the blame for his violation or neglect of moral principle.

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  • For the hardships and sufferings of the English soldiers in the terrible Crimean winter before Sevastopol, owing to failure in the commissariat, both as regards food and clothing, Lord Raglan and his staff were at the time severely censured by the press and the government; but, while Lord Raglan was possibly to blame in representing matters in a too sanguine light, it afterwards appeared that the chief neglect rested with the home authorities.

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  • Some observers lay the blame at th door of Buddhism, a creed which promotes pessimism by beget ting the anchorite, the ascetic and the shuddering believer ii seven hells.

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  • The treacherous vizier, however, made our too credulous political officers believe that Mehrab Khan was to blame; his object being to bring his master to ruin and to obtain for himself all power in the state, knowing that Mehrab's successor was only a child.

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  • Hume admits the difficulty that arises, especially in the case of the " artificial " virtues, such as justice, &c., from the undeniable fact that we praise them and blame their opposites without consciously reflecting on useful or pernicious consequences; but considers that this maybe explained as an effect of " education and acquired habits."

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  • The general shouted a demand that the cavalry should be halted, the Austrian argued that not he, but the higher command, was to blame.

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  • Men are His instruments, they are not to blame.

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  • When, awakened from his sleep, he received that cold, peremptory note from Kutuzov, he felt the more irritated the more he felt himself to blame.

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  • Bilibin attentively examined his nails, and many of those present appeared intimidated, as if asking in what they were to blame.

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  • However, you are very quick to blame others for things you do not like.

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  • Bitterly did he blame himself and repent when repentance was of no avail.

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  • Iraq and Iran blame each other for their ruinous war and each sees the outcome as a victory.

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  • Current and unconfirmed speculation has been misplacing the blame on Google 's ' sandbox ' effect.

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  • Especially the ones who blame Prescott who appears to have got away with things scot free.

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  • The second track ' Everyone 's to blame ' segues neatly into more an indie pop theme.

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  • One can perhaps lay blame on the shortsighted policy on Iraq pursued by some of the permanent members of the Security Council.

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  • I blame bad man management of a shy lad.

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  • But, he continued, it 's too simplistic to blame media for product failures.

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  • Duncan Fletcher just ca n't wipe the smile off his face, and who can blame him?

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  • Get smashed, drop a pill, smoke a joint, shoot up or snort a line; who 's to blame?

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  • The establishment is dissolving into squabbles over the blame as our economy slides.

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  • I would not want to adopt a structuralist approach, to blame the destiny of peoples on the imperfections of the international system.

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  • Not that they 're ashamed of their Essex roots, they just blame their southern rivals for sullying the good name of the county.

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  • I'll leave you with these thoughtful lyrics The Rich blame the Poor man for his plight.

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  • Government attempts to blame meat imported from Europe were quickly thwarted by the fact that there have been no Foot and Mouth episodes there.

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  • This report is published to help prevent further tragedies, not to blame.

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  • David does n't curse his family, or lay the blame on his troubled childhood.

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  • It is grossly unfair to blame car users for this.

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  • Now, in the wisdom of hindsight it 's easy to look back and point a finger of blame, but at whom?

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  • Home Affairs Prime Minister says parents are to blame for yob culture.

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  • It is still rare to find women working in tech and some would say that male prejudice is to blame.

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  • Some people believe that our president is to blame for this current economic fiasco.

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  • My little brother has the ablility to deflect any blame off himself and on to me, so he never gets in trouble.

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  • Hormones are to blame for the majority of those baby blues feelings.

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  • Before you blame Zantac for your child's diarrhea, however, take at look at other possible causes.

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  • There could be other reasons for your toddler's diarrhea, and you should consider those before you jump to the conclusion that Zantac is to blame.

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  • That said, I don't blame you for looking for alternative brands to what is usually offered on store shelves.

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  • Parents may also shoulder part of the blame if they never explained debt and good spending habits with their children before they sent them off to college.

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  • They deserve truthful answers to their questions, recognition of their feelings, and relief from feelings of blame or guilt.

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  • I do not blame him/her for the end of our marriage.

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  • No matter how often parents tell their children that the divorce is not their fault, they tend to blame themselves when their parents' marriage breaks down.

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  • Children often blame themselves for their parent's failed marriage, communicating that they are not the cause of your problems will help them feel better about themselves.

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  • Children, however, see divorce as the breakdown of their family and many times blame themselves for it.

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  • Children also blame themselves because they don't see any other factor that may contribute to the separation of their parents.

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  • They may resent one parent because they see that he/she is starting most of the arguments and blame him/her for the end of the separation.

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  • When both parties reach a point where anger, vindictiveness and blame no longer play a large role, the path to some measure of wedded bliss (or harmony, or at least contentment) lies before them.

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  • Assigning blame for the dissolving of your marriage to your ex-spouse or to yourself is counterproductive and does not help you move forward.

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  • This means that it permits spouses to claim that the marriage is irretrievably broken without placing blame for the demise of the marriage on either one.

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  • Leave blame and what-ifs on the doorstep and proceed with confidence and resolve.

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  • If your skin itches or breaks out in a rash where you've applied the makeup, chances are, bismuth oxychloride is to blame.

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  • Instead of finding productive ways to handle the situation, you placed blame on others or yourself.

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  • Never use blame or criticize the other person.

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  • Assigning blame too quickly can cause people to miss what might be a deeper problem, seemingly unrelated to the issue at hand.

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  • Then there are the people that blame the stress they are going through on other people.

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  • Every time one of these terrible incidents rears its ugly head, it seems that the music and performers of that music are the ones we blame, not the bullies at school, not the parents, nor the guns and depression.

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  • At the end of the day, it is up to us as a society to decide just who is to blame for these tragic instances.

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  • Many Catholic high school girls in trouble blame the strict policies and rules of the institution for their rebelliousness.

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  • Some tout his example as a reason for the rise in popularity of vegetarian diets while others blame his vegetarian habits for his heart troubles.

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  • When talking to your spouse, avoid placing blame -- this only puts the other person on the defense and often doesn't resolve anything.

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  • It was an unfortunate accident, and he was in too much pain to validate any blame.

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  • For family and friends of an alcoholic, this kind of support group can mean the difference between living a productive life or one filled with constant worry, fear, and blame.

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  • Families Anonymous aims to help those who blame themselves or whose lives are being adversely affected by someone near them who has an addiction.

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  • Back in 2002, one mother went so far as to blame Everquest for her son's suicide.

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  • He says Brit was none too pleased to discover her hubby kicking back in a chaise lounge, and she "glared" at Joe as if to blame him for hubby's lack of work ethic.

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  • Orlando Bloom is not to blame, but the other driver reportedly caused the crash and has not yet been identified.

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  • In the end, she has no one to blame for what her life has become but herself and in the end she is the only one who can clean up the mess.

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  • This was followed by a role in 1984's Blame it on Rio.

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  • His trial became tabloid media fodder, as he continually placed blame on CBS, the Survivor production staff and others for his failure to report his winnings as income.

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  • Lambert has a loyal fan following, though he also has a tendency to blame any negative reviews or criticism on the fact that he's gay and people are homophobic.

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  • Cruise experts blame the halt in service on the slumping economy, low demand, and rising costs.

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  • I don't blame you for being cautious, just realize surgery may be necessary in the end.

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  • I am not proud of this, but through a series of errors and miscommunication for which I only blame myself, my new puppy got loose.

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  • Sometimes we want to blame messy closets on our lack of storage space, but the problem is not how many closets we have but is more about how efficiently we use the storage space we have.

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  • Most folks wouldn't blame you as these eyeglass frames are every bit as stylish and sexy as the magazine of the same name.

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  • Many related online games blame their poor sales on the huge success of this game.

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  • Everyone's pointing fingers but no one is accepting the blame.

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  • The cars are modeled beautifully (though damage is nonexistent, but blame the car manufacturer, not the gamemakers), and the environments are scaled nicely and are rich in detail.

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  • You can't blame the game for any frustrations.

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  • They blame him for all sorts of nasty things, like killing civilians, but what really ticks him off is being accused of treason.

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  • I mean, I can't blame Brightlight Pictures for the ingenious plotline, but maybe they should have changed the story a bit so that co-ed zombies are wandering off to have lots of sex and get killed by humans.

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  • Because children of this developmental stage do not fully understand the concept of death, they may blame themselves, thinking that if only they had been good enough, their loved one would not have died.

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  • Many people respond with guilt, fear, or blame when a genetic disorder is diagnosed in the family, or they may overprotect the affected member.

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  • Studies have shown that aggressive-rejected children, who tend to blame outside factors for their peer problems, are less likely to express distress than withdrawn-rejected children, who often attribute their problems to themselves.

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  • They receive approval from authority figures or admiration from peers, avoid blame, or behave in accordance with their concept of self.

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  • The cause of most cases of CP remains unknown, but it has become clear in the early 2000s that birth difficulties are not to blame in most cases.

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  • They may blame one or both parents and may become controlling by demanding to stay in one place or to switch residences constantly.

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  • They may blame themselves or worry that others such as teachers or family members will blame them.

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  • Many people respond with guilt, fear, or blame when a genetic disorder is manifested within a family.

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  • So when bad things happen to them, they usually blame themselves by assuming they did something wrong.

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  • Instead, they blame others for their own actions.

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  • Parents should be supportive of the child and make sure the child does not consider himself to blame for the seizures.

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  • For some reason, historically the focus of the story is not on the acts of the ruler Antipas or his lover Herodias, but rather the focus and blame seems to have fallen on Salomé and the power of her dance to entrance everyone.

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  • Hormonal problems, such as an over- or under-active thyroid may also be to blame.

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  • Many people blame adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) for the fast rise in foreclosures.

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  • It is the fluctuation of estrogen that is to blame for the unpleasant migraines and can be made worse for women who choose to take the combined (estrogen and progestin)low dose pill.

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  • Hormones are also to blame for frequent headaches.

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  • Many of these people settled in the western United States, and while they were welcomed for many years, Chinese immigrants were erroneously singled out to take the blame when the economy sputtered after the Gold Rush.

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  • And in a topsy-turvy world like this, who can really blame them?

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  • Genetics play an important role in how your follicles behave; blame genetics, for example, if you were born with thin hair, thick hair, curly or stick straight hair.

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  • Very few women today want to wear business suits when they are out and about town, but Victoria Beckham seems to crave them, and who can blame her?

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  • The sad truth about air ionizers is that this is one appliance that is constantly under scrutiny and the industry only has itself to blame.

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  • Is it because you blame your spouse for the two of you having children so soon?

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  • Eventually a couple that meets on your service will have a bad date, and they will most likely blame you for their bad experience.

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  • While you defend him and blame the other woman for the pregnancy, that doesn't excuse him from his responsibility as a father regardless of how the pregnancy came about.

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  • You may not always want to ask your parents everything about your budding relationships, and no one will probably blame you if you admit it.

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  • While some of blame may be on your lack of sensitivity and immaturity, some of the blame is hers to bear.

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  • Although it would be easy to blame her, by saying she does things to make you jealous, this type of thinking is wrong.

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  • From this perspective, it is easier to see that no one person is to blame for how thing are now.

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  • When you take the blame out, you open the door to possibilities and choices.

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  • While one person may shoulder most of the blame, there are typically two sides to any story, so don't end your relationship by placing all of the blame on the other party.

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  • From your question, you sound as though you blame others for your problems.

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  • You blame your wife for the sexless marriage.

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  • You blame the 'goober' for the lack of attention you are receiving from the other women in your office.

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  • Based on your question, it seems you have a very hard time taking responsibility for your behavior, preferring to blame others for your problems.

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  • Yes, the steps are to be up front about how you and your partner are dealing with money without shame and blame or judgment.

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  • There is no reason to feel guilty or to place blame for what has happened.

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  • Breaking up is hard and blame is the way we cope with our loss and disappointment.

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  • Don't lie then wait for him or her to do something wrong so you can blame that for the break up.

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  • This is not the time to be hard on yourself by placing blame on what you might have done wrong.

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  • More than that, if they did it, would you blame them, or think they were doing something wrong?

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  • So, the next time you do that batch of sit-ups, blame Christian Dior for your struggles.

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  • Do not blame circumstances for your mistakes.

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  • Often, a child will blame himself for his parents' divorce.

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  • Let your child talk about, ask questions, complain, blame, and cry about the divorce.

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  • Neither parent should ever blame or put down the other parent in front of the children.

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  • Many children feel confused after the dissolution of their parents' marriage, wondering if they were to blame.

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  • Finally, stress repeatedly to your child that he or she is not to blame, and in fact, don't attribute blame for the failed marriage to anyone.

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  • It is a parent's choice to drink, and even though they may try to place blame on others around them, it is still their decision.

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  • Children of divorced parents often struggle with emotions and take a portion of the blame for a failed marriage because of this.

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  • Others blame the writing for the one-dimensional human crowd that contrasted wildly with the robots that practically stomped their heavy metal feet right out of the screen.

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  • To move forward with your finances, however, you need to stop laying blame for these problems and focus on finding constructive solutions."

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  • If you're ready to buy, we don't blame you.

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  • If you are looking for shoes by Anne Klein, we don't blame you.

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  • Gloria convinces Orson that she killed Monique in self-defense and they try to set it up so that Mike Delfino will take the blame.

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  • This isn't the time to explain or blame.

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  • If you skip this step, and find the car is too large, too small, or isn't comfortable to drive, you will have no one to blame but yourself.

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  • When historians look back on automotive industry data, many may blame these challenges on the economic loss in both Europe and the United States.

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  • Part of the blame lies with sugar-rich foods and beverages, but exercise is another very important component of dodging this bullet.

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  • Rather than wait for lawsuits to assign blame, the insurance companies are required to pay up to $50,000 toward medical expenses regardless of who caused the accident.

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  • Who can blame a guy for wanting to show it off by slapping on some of the non-traditional lingerie out there and strutting his stuff?

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  • You are probably craving a Polartec women's robe right now, and no one will blame you for your interest in this practical and cozy piece.

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  • Music sales have declined over the past several years, but many studies have concluded that illegal downloading is not to blame.

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  • Don't Leave Me puts the blame squarely on the singer, as she says that she knows she tells her lover she doesn't need him, but she doesn't want him to leave.

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  • The darkness the music video possesses pairs well with lines like "I've dealt with my ghosts and faced all my demons" and "I've been burdened with blame, trapped in the past for too long."

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  • Stars of these shows blame the editors for making the scenes look a little bit more juicy than they really were.

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  • If you think poison ivy or oak may be to blame, use gloves and anti-itch creams to treat an itchy rash.

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  • Metabolic conditions may also be to blame.

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  • However, if sun damage is to blame for the development of an individual's age spots, it may be cause for concern.

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  • In years past, when a group of people felt animosity or hatred toward another group of people, they would often blame that group for the social ills of the society.

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  • Examples of such misplaced blame can be seen throughout history.

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  • Considering the problems they presented, she could hardly blame him for that.

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  • How could she blame him for wanting to smile?

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  • How could she blame him if he wanted to call the marriage off?

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  • Mrs. Marsh glared at the papers, as if they were to blame for the situation.

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  • Could she blame him?

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  • She placed no blame on Martha for remaining here.

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  • You can blame Jule for that one.

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  • He couldn't blame her for looking incredulous after hearing the tale.

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  • And yet, how could she blame him for thinking that this was all she wanted?

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  • I don't know why, but I really don't blame him!

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  • I can't really blame the ones that step over the line once in a while.

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  • Who's gonna blame you here?

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  • Maybe, but trying to put the blame on you would be right up her alley.

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  • The ice climbers decided to get in a quick climb and blame their delay returning home on the cops.

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  • Might have Shipton faked the accident in some sick attempt to place the blame on David Dean whom he obviously despised?

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  • Or did he do it himself to blame her?

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  • Vinnie was des­perate to place the blame for the missing dough on anyone but himself.

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  • It's tough to blame him for that.

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  • She couldn't blame him for that.

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  • It wasn't Alex who was to blame.

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  • Was she merely looking for someone to blame if the decision was wrong?

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  • I imagine they'll blame you Originals for this one as well.

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  • You still blame yourself for their deaths.

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  • She could hardly blame him.

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  • If her answer had been no, he would have again put her in a position where she would be to blame for Jonathan's state of unhappiness.

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  • She couldn't blame him for being upset with her.

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  • I can't blame you.

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  • Still, she had to accept some of the blame.

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  • Well, she couldn't blame him.

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  • He couldn't blame her?

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  • I could hardly blame you.

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  • I shouldn't blame my rebellious moods on other people.

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  • He's annoyed that you didn't tell him where you were going and I can't blame him.

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  • And how could she blame him?

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  • Now he was angry, and who could blame him?

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  • I hold men to blame.

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  • She didn't blame him for taking out his father's family.

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  • But admiration of his talents must not blind us to his moral worthlessness, nor is it right to cast the blame for his excesses on the brutal and vicious society in which he lived.

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  • Thence he despatched telegrams to Italy throwing blame for the defeat upon his troops, a proceeding which sub- sequent evidence proved to be as unjustifiable as it was unsoldierlike.

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  • For this unfortunate combination Signor Sonnino himself was not altogether to blame; having lost many of his most faithful followers, who, weary of waiting for office, had gone over to the enemy, he had been forced to seek support among men who had professed hostility to the existing order of things and thus to secure at least the neutrality of the Extreme Left and make the public realize that the reddest of Socialists, Radicals and Republicans may be tamed and rendered harmless by the offer of cabinet appointments.

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  • Sussex had tried in 1561 to procure Shane's assassination, and Shane now laid the whole blame for his lawless conduct on the lord deputy's repeated alleged attempts on his life.

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  • He was not content with laying the blame at the door of the effete War Office, but deplored the apathetic way in which the Tsar passed the time at headquarters, without any clear political plan, holding on supinely to formalism and routine, yielding to the spasmodic interference of the Empress.

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  • Palmerston, supported by Russell and well served by Lord Stratford de Redcliffe, British ambassador at Constantinople, favoured a more aggressive policy, and Aberdeen, unable to control Palmerston, and unwilling to let Russell go, cannot be exonerated from blame.

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  • The report of the Dardanelles commission, which was published in March '917, confirmed the view of the public that some of the blame for that mismanaged enterprise rightly attached to Mr. Churchill.

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