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Young atoned for his earlier penalty miss with a superb equaliser in the 51st minute.
They broke quickly and Rickie Lambert chipped the ball back for Wilbraham, who atoned for earlier misses with a well-taken effort.
His crime should be atoned for publicly to demonstrate to the faithful that the Church is protecting the defenceless.
MOROCCO'S Hicham El Guerrouj partly atoned for his Olympic misery by claiming his third world 1,500m crown in emphatic fashion.
Burton looked like they would rue Greg Pearson's well-saved penalty, but Harrad atoned for the missed opportunity late on.
Reinhard, Handy and Trey Williams all atoned for earlier mistakes during Village Christian's comeback, helping the Crusaders convert two fourth-down conversions on the series that cut the deficit to 33-31, and another on the final drive that kept hopes for an undefeated league title alive.
Holywell atoned for their 4-1 away defeat with this ``home'' win.
NICKY HENDERSON added to his JCB Triumph Hurdle hand when Bareme atoned for a costly debut defeat, writes Bruce Jackson.
Still, Briony the storyteller knows that in some sense her dramatic sin must be atoned for by telling another story, even if there is no way to unring the bell of her accusation.
The disqualified Classic winner was hailed "the best miler in Europe" after he atoned for a narrow Royal Ascot defeat with a smooth victory.
But Southall atoned when his long clearance set up Tony Bedeau, who later netted the winner, to subtly chip an equaliser.
They do not forgive sins but reduce the punishment earned by our sins, since, just as every good deed is rewarded, so every evil deed must be punished or otherwise atoned for.