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exonerated Sentence Examples

  • While Dean was fully exonerated from any wrongdoing in the unfortunate affair, either Fitzgerald failed to agree with the determination or simply despised being judged wrong.

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  • While members of the government were exonerated by the report from the charge of personal corruption, the payment of large sums of money by Sir Hugh Allan was fully established, and public feeling on the matter was so strong that Sir J.

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  • Civil war broke out at once between James and the Douglases, whose lands were ravaged; but after the Scots parliament had exonerated the king, James, the new earl of Douglas, made his submission.

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  • The gross blunders due to carelessness have often been exposed, and there is no doubt that Foxe was only too ready to believe evil of the Catholics, and he cannot always be exonerated from the charge of wilful falsification of evidence.

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  • Meanwhile his father had been accused of malversation of the funds of his regiment; Benjamin helped him with his defence, with the result that he was finally exonerated and restored to the service with the rank of general.

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  • The king was exonerated by parliament, on the score of Douglas's contemptuous treatment of his safe-conduct, and because of his oppressions, conspiracies and refusal to aid the king against rebels, such as the new " Tiger Earl " of Crawford.

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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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  • From imputations which were inconsistent with his whole character he has subsequently been exonerated.

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  • While Dean was fully exonerated from any wrongdoing in the unfortunate affair, either Fitzgerald failed to agree with the determination or simply despised being judged wrong.

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  • exonerated the two governments entirely.

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  • exonerated the soldiers involved.

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  • exonerated by a police inquiry.

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  • exonerated by a court of inquiry.

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  • Let me say at once that Mr Wharf was completely exonerated in this whole matter.

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  • In the judgment, all participants were totally exonerated except the BBC, which was roasted.

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  • Thankfully the skipper accepted the reasons stated for the mishap, subsequently I was fully exonerated.

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  • These people were all innocent, and subsequently exonerated.

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  • exonerated in several inquiries on the subject.

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  • exonerated of all blame.

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  • exonerated from all blame in case of disaster occurring at Chichester during his absence.

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  • exonerated from any liability to pay him damages.

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  • exonerated from responsibility for the growing inequalities in British society.

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  • exonerated by a police inquiry.

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  • exonerated by a court of inquiry.

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  • viceain exonerated by his superiors in England, he was made a rear-admiral in 1811 and a vise admiral in 1814.

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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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  • 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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  • Civil war broke out at once between James and the Douglases, whose lands were ravaged; but after the Scots parliament had exonerated the king, James, the new earl of Douglas, made his submission.

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  • While members of the government were exonerated by the report from the charge of personal corruption, the payment of large sums of money by Sir Hugh Allan was fully established, and public feeling on the matter was so strong that Sir J.

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  • Meanwhile his father had been accused of malversation of the funds of his regiment; Benjamin helped him with his defence, with the result that he was finally exonerated and restored to the service with the rank of general.

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  • From imputations which were inconsistent with his whole character he has subsequently been exonerated.

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  • The king was exonerated by parliament, on the score of Douglas's contemptuous treatment of his safe-conduct, and because of his oppressions, conspiracies and refusal to aid the king against rebels, such as the new " Tiger Earl " of Crawford.

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  • The gross blunders due to carelessness have often been exposed, and there is no doubt that Foxe was only too ready to believe evil of the Catholics, and he cannot always be exonerated from the charge of wilful falsification of evidence.

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  • Again exonerated by his superiors in England, he was made a rear-admiral in 1811 and a vise admiral in 1814.

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