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The notion of a 'Chosen People' is blamelessly blasphemous
Augustine's focus here is not on the greater good of friendship between spouses, but on the dangerous pleasure of sex and the strict conditions under which one might have sex blamelessly.
He explained: "These are men who lived blamelessly and well, whose virtues are inscribed in the holy scriptures--not for their praise alone, but to urge the reader to pursue the same zeal".
Obviously you would think it was the scandal-hit unit that would go and all the children needing heart surgery would be transferred over to the unit blamelessly doing an excellent job.
The highly-rated starlet had duelled over a podium position in the grand final before finding himself blamelessly eliminated in a three-way clash.
25) (Having an imperfect duty to participate in research is compatible with blamelessly choosing to do something else.
If Trish lived blamelessly through a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, then all was well.
Our second hypothesis was that private actors might have blamelessly lacked information that was too expensive to gather.
The enervating effects of centuries of civilization vanish at once, and leave these young men to enjoy a life of hardship, and the exhilarating sense of danger--to kill men blamelessly, or to be killed gloriously--and to be happy in following out their native instincts of destruction, precisely in the spirit of Homer's heroes, only with some considerable change of mode.
As in Jonson's "Inviting a Friend to Supper" mentioned earlier, the colloquy is between two men whose discourse, along with the food and wine, is blamelessly above the petty spites and frustrations of less pure discourse.
Sentencing Sharratt, Judge John Curran said: "As a result of your bad driving, Mrs Patricia Jones, a mother and grandmother who had been driving carefully and blamelessly, was killed.
Draw your own conclusions as to who is at fault for that but, obviously, nobody has come out of the situation blamelessly.