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The ecclesiastical historian, too, looking into parliamentary reports of that period, finds honourable members zealous for the Church, and untainted with any sympathy for the "tribe of canting Methodists," making statements scarcely less melancholy than that of Mr.
Her name was untainted. Her future promised me the reward which had been denied to the honest efforts of a penitent woman.
Chief Inspector Heat got out of the train in a state of thoughtfulness entirely untainted with disloyalty, but not quite free of that jealous mistrust which so often springs on the ground of perfect devotion, whether to women or to institutions.
Several times in those three years, cast up at the Temple of the Tirthankars in Benares the lama, a little thinner and a shade yellower, if that were possible, but gentle and untainted as ever.
For the smells of the dawning, untainted, ere dew has departed!
The glee of a score of untainted bosoms was heard in light and airy voices, which danced among the trees like sunshine become audible; the grown men of this weary world, as they journeyed by the spot, marvelled why life, beginning in such brightness, should proceed in gloom; and their hearts, or their imaginations, answered them and said, that the bliss of childhood gushes from its innocence.
'Para sakin mahalaga yung efforts to investigate pero para magkaroon ng impartial, unbiased [and] untainted investigation, magkaroon din ng third party investigation,' national security expert Prof.
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You have served your country with distinction and untainted record.
It was also revealed that Om Prakash Chautala was directly involved in the acquisition and projecting various tainted properties as his untainted properties.
They also stressed that the next Speaker should have "untainted" public record, and have no corruption issue with some of them endorsing former Leyte Rep.
I think that to have the name SENEDD, untainted by translation into English on our National institution should be welcomed by all who live here, and by doing just that it would for the first time since the days of Owain Glyndwr put CYMRU on the map for all the world to see.