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In order to forgive others, victims must put aside revenge.
Well, forgive me for not jumping up and down with joy.
He had to leave ignominiously from a side door-an end to his fourth government that he will not lightly forgive or forget.
But if you ski in bounds and suffer from cold hands, you'll happily pay-and forgive the weight.
Forgive me for seeming naive, but it still amazes me that nobody ever questions the concept of government debt.
Forgive us for sometimes wondering if the airline industry is simply throwing green ideas against the wall and seeing what sticks.
Oh, they do not forgive the killers and their accomplices, nor should they.
But please forgive us if we're bugging you too much.
The party will decide whether to forgive any sins that have been committed, or hand over the accused to the police.
Still, the music is so outstandingly alive that it's an easy lapse to forgive.
It does so many things so well, and so pleasurably, that you tend to forgive its foibles.
If you forgive someone's debt, they'll borrow more recklessly, increasing the chance of future default.
Forgive me for stating the obvious, but it may not be so obvious to other readers.
He tries to deny them, but he must accept them so he can forgive himself.
Well please forgive me for resorting to such a tactic.
It won't taste as good, but your guests will forgive you.
Which makes it all the more striking that the party is so eager to forgive him.
So you can forgive the crew for being somewhat less than willing to put up with further pirate provocations.
With imperious grace, he promised to forgive them as long as they really meant it.
He is eventually reunited with his mom, but he doesn't know if he can forgive her.
Please forgive some intermittent interference in the first three minutes.
Moldable frame couldn't make us forgive the lousy gaskets, which leaked worse than old-school neoprene.
Please forgive my late response, my computer crashed the day after my episodes premier.
Forgive the sound of my voice on the telephone connection.
We could forgive these foibles if only extra utility had been added.
Turks will never forgive any state over killing their citizens.
Forgive me for not believing in people's imaginary friends.
Forgive me if you found the opening letter offensive.
We will never forget your simple elegance and grace and your ability to forgive.
Forgive me for not being interested in having that conversation on this particular thread.
It may be that your chair will eventually forgive and forget, or it may not.
They cannot quite forgive this reversion, as they see it, to representation in contemporary art.
Is there really anything to understand, forgive or forget here.
Forgive me for getting jacked on coffee and obsessing over your features year after jittery year.
Please forgive whatever essentialist notions are used here.
If it is, please forgive me for thinking they do not.
Do what you can and forgive yourself for what you can't.
If they are generous they will forgive our mistakes.
They wont forgive the loan, but you can get a deferment for now.
He held her hand and squeezed it to signal his warm feelings, and said that there was nothing to forgive.
Sadness at being caught, at the incontrovertible knowledge that she will never forgive you.
Our shortcoming-forgive the academic jargon-is discursive.
They tell me that they have no right to forgive on behalf of those who perished.
With talent as large as this, one could forgive the obvious eye for success.
They forgive moments of mediocrity in a work as long as its creator has respected the basic principles of the genre.
We have never been good at foretelling the future, but when the news is favorable, others forgive our lack of prescience.
Forgive me for pointing to the rather formidable darkness surrounding the silver linings.
So you can perhaps forgive the country's leaders for getting a bit carried away in commemorating the event.
Even the party base appears willing to forgive that failure.
But if there were a way to write down and forgive some of the mortgage debt, that would be money well spent.
When the players embrace him, the fans who have been unfairly making him a scapegoat will forgive him.
If you forgive their debt then they will repeat the same mistake again and so will their kids.
If you owe a debt to someone else and they cancel or forgive that debt, the canceled amount may be taxable.
We only forgive any part of a claim where the county has made a mistake.
Please forgive the exclusion of your favorite manual or treatise.

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