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And the Killie boss reckons his men will prove they've learned their lesson by making amends tomorrow night.
Repentance is less about giving up, making amends, doing right, and changing our ways.
Making amends should include reimbursement for expenses as well compensation for long-term disability.
They were put to work on a Probation Service project, Making Amends, at Lindley Methodist Church.
Two minutes later Lesley Vainikolo forced his way over for the match-winner, making amends for the earlier obstruction which denied his partner Shontayne Hape a try.
Pryce's solo try and two goals from Paul Deacon gave Bradford an 8-6 interval lead and two minutes later Lesley Vainikolo forced his way over for the match-winner, making amends for the earlier obstruction which denied his partner Shontayne Hape a try.
Finally, there is the matter of penance, of making amends for past transgressions.
Bryan Smart's gelding was making amends for an unlucky run under Lynch at Beverley last time with a neck call over Banjo Bay.
Has had a confidence-booster back over hurdles and thought capable of making amends.
Only a full apology to these people for his disgusting behaviour will go any way towards making amends.