fix blame

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"You see their plan, first shout 'minority, then Dalit Dalit,' and now 'women' and then try to somehow fix blame of state issues on the centre.
'First shout 'minority minority', then 'Dalit Dalit' and now 'women women' and then try to somehow fix blame of state issues on the centre.' An influential ex-editor tweeted that Muslim Rohingya refugees were to blame for the crime.
"You see their plan, first they shout 'minority minority', then 'Dalit Dalit', and now 'women women' and then try to somehow fix blame of state issues on the Centre.
Straus defended the House without trying to fix blame: "The House was thoughtful, respectful and decisive in its solution-oriented approach."
They are prophets of doom who do not trust strangers and look to fix blame on anything and anybody.
In these to fix blame, you have to test the voice samples, match them with the original and there is a long list.
It is hard for Westerners to understand that to fix blame is a waste of time.
The lawsuit is the second effort to fix blame and assess damages for the gruesome 2006 mishap, which resulted in the amputation of the toddler's left leg.
But no matter how minor, an investigation will follow and an attempt made to fix blame. Utility hits can disrupt service and result in damage claims for lost revenue.
In looking for answers following 2012's horrific shootings in Aurora and especially Newtown, we try to find a place to fix blame.
"He was always a calming force and would find ways to solve problems rather than fix blame."
He said: "We aren't looking to fix blame, simply find out what happened - but the dif -ference in her in just six days was staggering." Pathologist Dr Anurag Joshi said her death on November 13 in intensive care was due to longstanding pneumonia in both lungs and an abscess on the diaphragm which over -whelmed her body and triggered multiple organ fail -ure.He told relatives: "That in -fection was treated but just didn't respond to the antibi -otics and overwhelmed her." (proceeding)