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At the same time, Republicans are far more likely to blame Bush than Democrats are to blame Obama (44% vs.
If anyone could've been tempted to blame others, it would've been one of the region's most celebrated CEOs who'd made a few very costly blunders - to the tune of billions of dollars.
Some seem to treat the moral standing to blame quite strongly, in a way that mirrors the legal standing to bring suit.
Our children have a lot to blame us for - but not less destructive species
I've just learned that it is the action that matters, not the need to blame.
Perhaps you are to blame for Newcastle's problems Mr Faulkner.
Think how much more you could accomplish in your life if, instead of going over and over why someone or something else is to blame, you used your mind to start thinking of the solution to the problem.
Thus there is a close connection between the person's action and her identity, and so it is conceptually coherent to blame her for her actions.
In Poor Old God, He Always Gets the Blame, author Arlene Claire Cartwright dares to take the role of His defense attorney, and questions whether He really is to blame for everything that goes wrong.
Fliss tended to blame the "Indian industry" comprised of lawyers, bureaucrats, consultants, researchers, and others who make a living off aboriginal affairs, as having fuelled the enormous cost of the settlement which includes $80 million for legal fees.
Adam's immediate reaction to God's challange about his sir was to blame Eve.
London -- Social worker Lisa Arthurworrey was cleared of mis conduct related to the murder of a child and her superiors in the social services department of the social services in the Borough of Haringey who held her to blame are now facing public scorn and criticism.