In her quest to find the information needed to exonerate Viki, Karen took the stand.
The crew of the Enterprise must find a way to exonerate Kirk from these heavy charges and try to salvage the shaky relationship with the Klingons.
The Exorcist: A teen is taken hold of by something demonic as her mother tries using the power of Christ to exonerate her.
If he never knew she violated his trust, that wouldn't exonerate her.
exonerate this man.
He could look at the track â€“ maybe exonerate Brutus for you.
exonerate the local authority.
However the Hire Purchase Act 1964 does not exonerate the seller from any liability under the finance agreement.
He was, however, pardoned, and the facility with which Bristol subsequently capitulated to the parliamentary army induced Cromwell and the generals to exonerate him completely.
It was certainly owing to the pressure of Welsh political dissent that Lord Rosebery's cabinet issued the Welsh Land Tenure Commission in 1893 - an inquiry which did much to exonerate the Welsh squirearchy from a number of vague charges of extortion and sectarian oppression; and that Sir H.
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