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Kostov, Chair of Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB), threatened GERB leader and Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, with alarming the European People Party (EPP) about Borisov's statements, exculpating Communist regime in Bulgaria.
However, a stolen book is a stolen book, no matter how sincere an act of homage the theft was, and we don't deal in stolen books" "We thought there was an irresistible symmetry in exculpating Pinter's guilt by sponsoring some of her work," Mr Maggs said.
Most episodes were characterized by Mason's scintillating cross-examination of a prosecution witness who would often break down on the witness stand and confess to the crime thereby exculpating Mason's wrongly accused client.
One of the many achievements of this novel, with its mixture of toughness and generosity, is its ability to inhabit and roundly humanize Kovacs without exculpating or falsely ennobling him.
44) These statutes authorize a corporation to adopt a charter provision exculpating directors from money damages liability that results solely from an adjudicated violation of the duty of care.
In addition, a general skepticism regarding claims of insanity as exculpating rhetoric permeated the country.
This wasn't a fair and proper investigation and they have never dealt with any exculpating evidence.
In its March 3 issue, Newsweek disclosed that the Bush Administration had deliberately suppressed information exculpating Iraq--information from the same reliable source previously cited by the Administration as confirming that Iraq had developed weapons of mass destruction since the 1991 Gulf War.
Nango is taking a working vacation, moonlighting as an investigator for attorney Sugiura (Tsurubei Shofukutei), hired by an unnamed client to dig up evidence exculpating condemned killer Toru Kihara (Kankuro Kudo).
Denying that he is resurrecting the "great man" theory of history or exculpating the many who supported Nazism, Kershaw develops a biography in which the yearnings of German society shaped the "personal hubris of the leader" (xvi).
The idea of mental illness, as psychiatric critic Thomas Szasz has long noted, is primarily used in our culture for either imprisoning the innocent (for treatment in mental hospitals) or exculpating the guilty (through the insanity defense).
Its defense consisted of reliance on a clause in the lease rider exculpating landlord from such liability.