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Purge

To exonerate someone; to clear someone of guilt, charges, or accusations.

Purging Contempt is to clear an individual of contempt of court. This is generally accomplished by a formal apology to the court and the payment of a fine.

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What it does: An auto purger will automatically purge noncondensibles from the refrigeration system on an automatic and continuous basis, lowering head pressure and therefore compressor energy.
129) ne s'avere pas moins detestable que la consommation de drogue et d'alcool ou que les cultes humanitaires, qui pretendent purger la terre de la presence du Mal.
Le coche balancoit d'une telle inconstance Qu'il nous renversoit presque avec son mouvement Et l'eau qui rejalloit d'un tel elancement Servoit pour me purger de quelque vieille offense.
By all accounts some of the trashier redtops were offering hard cash for these supporters to come forward and purger themselves.
[NO.sub.3.sup.-] was chemically reduced under reflux conditions to [NO.sub.gas] in the Radical Purger [TM] by hot (92 [degrees]C, circulating hot water bath) vanadium(III) (3.5 mL of 0.05 mol/L [VCl.sub.3] in 0.8 mol/L HCl, pH 0.48) and subsequently stripped and carried to the NOA reaction chamber (under reduced pressure; Edwards Pump) by helium.
Ou (avec Macrobe) du Dieu Februus, pour ce qu'il estoit invocque en ce mois, aux processions faites en intention de purger les fautes du peuple: ou de Junon Februelle, laquelle les Rommains [sic] solennisoyent ce mois des Lupercales, & celebroyent quelques funetaux anniversaires en consideration du repos des morts ..." (17).
The older poems included in Stolen Verses reflect the poet's assimilation of his brutal experience of history, especially in the sad and bitter "Old Year 1973," the enigmatic "Restriction of Nocturnal Movements," the terrifying appropriation of Rimbaud in "A Pensive Drowned Man Sometimes Drifts," and "To a Santiago Washerwoman," a poem that describes a woman killed by "one blow from a rifle butt" wielded by assassins who will wear the mark of their crimes forever: "A regiment of stained men passes: / so dirty even Purgatory's purger / could never clean their uniforms."
Hansen's Auto-Purger[R]M for halocarbons (APMF) is a totally automatic, electronically-controlled, noncondensible gas refrigerant purger.
I am the Whitechapel purger. On 13th, at 3pm, will be on Stage, as am going to New York.
Refrigeration plant operators in Canada and Europe as well as the United States can save electrical energy with the Auto Purger M from Hansen Technologies Corp.
Handbook discusses how proprietary purger removes air from refrigerant gas.
It must condemn both Milosevic the purger and the NATO bombers, while the advocates of war claim to be the knights in shining armor.