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It makes one's blood boil, yet heart tremble, to think that we Englishmen and our American descendants, with their boastful cry of liberty, have been and are so guilty: but it is a consolation to reflect, that we at least have made a greater sacrifice, than ever made by any nation, to expiate our sin.
There still remains to me the proud humility of repentance; I will find some sphere of life where I can expiate the errors to which you, the mediator between Heaven and me, have shown no mercy.
And the old man went away in fear and silence, and, when he had left the camp, he called upon Apollo by his many names, reminding him of everything which he had done pleasing to him, whether in building his temples, or in offering sacrifice, and praying that his good deeds might be returned to him, and that the Achaeans might expiate his tears by the arrows of the god,'--and so on.
I am to blame, and punish me, make me expiate my fault.
It seemed to me that I was hurried on by an inevitable and unseen fate to this day of misery, and that now I was to expiate all my offences at the gallows; that I was now to give satisfaction to justice with my blood, and that I was come to the last hour of my life and of my wickedness together.
offences to expiate and peace to make, does not justify the desire to forget.
Mr Boffin took her down, and saw her driven away, with her poor little red eyes and weak chin peering over the great apron of the custard-coloured phaeton, as if she had been ordered to expiate some childish misdemeanour by going to bed in the daylight, and were peeping over the counterpane in a miserable flutter of repentance and low spirits.
Suffer and expiate your sin by it, that's what you must do.
And in the process, Rwanda has benefited from the exertions of a guilt-ridden world that folded its arms and shut its mouth during the 1994 genocide, a world that has since tried to expiate its sins by giving generously for Rwandan reconstruction.
Now you should be able to identify the aural bond shared by anyone, aviate, beaten, before, benign, canine, deviate, eaten, emanate, and expiate.
It was an important reminder that the nation has yet to expiate the sins of slavery and segregation.
Regarding the call by deviant groups to expiate others and killing all minorities, in addition to Muslims, Al-Jubeir cited the rejection of senior Saudi Ulemas and Sheikhs of such moves, as Islam and all other faith values call for clemency, tolerance and justice.
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