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20 ( ANI ): While the whole social media is blasting Kevin Hart for his infidelity, it looks like his pregnant wife Eniko Parrish has forgiven him for his past indiscretions.
If what has been happening in a few months since Mahinda Rajapaksa was ousted is anything to go by, there is no doubt that whatever indiscretions that occurred during Mahinda Rajapaksa's time will pale into insignificance.
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It took an indiscretion on Hugh's part to break the relationship apart.
Borrowers are being rejected at record rates, often for very minor indiscretions like being late with a credit card payment, and one major lender admits privately to rejecting 90 per cent of the applications it receives for 90 per cent mortgages.
Stephen Byers describing himself as a "cab for hire" on last night's Dispatches is already among the more foolish indiscretions to have found its way into political folklore.
But he's at least blamed his indiscretions on no one but himself - unlike self-pitying Ashley Cole.
Woods's long-time caddie Steve Williams insists he had no knowledge of any of the player's indiscretions, which have come to light since a car crash outside his home just over a fortnight ago.
These seemingly minor indiscretions are seen as offensive and threatening of religious and social mores in the Islamic Republic.
Tuqiri escaped with a suspended two-match ban after a late-night incident in a Cape Town bar in July 2005, on the condition he was not involved in further off-field indiscretions.
theaters on Friday) that their indiscretions lead to suffering, forgiveness, healing and even growth are suddenly part of these films' equations.
Tony Blair no doubt has his own political reasons for attempting to protect Ruth Kelly from the inevitable effects of her department's recently revealed indiscretions, but there must be accountability in public life.