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Synonyms for absolved

freed from any question of guilt

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Islamabad [Pakistan], Dec 30 ( ANI ): A Pakistani man, accused of blasphemy, has been absolved of the charges against him after having spent over nine years in jail.
After hearing the arguments, a Supreme Court bench comprising Justice Dost Mohammad and Justice Qazi Faez Isa absolved the accused of the blasphemy charges with the observation that the person who falsely accused others of desecration of the Holy Quran and revered personalities in fact committed blasphemy.
The First Vice-President of the Equatoguinean Football Federation (FEGUIFUT), Gustavo Ndong Edu Akumu, accompanied by the Equatoguinean lawyer, Sergio Abeso Tomo, showed his emotion, at a press conference called on Wednesday 21st September, on receiving the sentence from the African Football Federation (CAF), in which he was absolved of all allegations and slurs.
Summary: Transportation and Public Works Minister Ghazi Zeaiter absolved his ministry Friday of any responsibility for street flooding during heavy rains last week, blaming the failure of drainage systems on private entrepreneurs and other public institutions.
Also it has been decided that another batch of 508 former Volunteer Teachers, who have been already absolved in the Provincial Education Service to be given 2-year training at Kopay Teachers Training College.
The Court of Appeals in November 2013 absolved Lee and dismissed the case filed against him by the Department of Justice in 2009.
BRITISH Cycling head coach Shane Sutton pulled no punches in assessing his squad's belowpar performance at the Track Cycling World Championships in Cali - but he absolved absent performance director Sir Dave Brailsford of blame.
OWEN FARRELL has been absolved of blame by a Rugby Football Union investigation after a match ticket allocated to the England fly-half was sold on a ticketing website.
MTN hired a group of investigators who were led by Leonard Hoffman, a former UK House of Lords judge, that absolved the firm of any wrongdoing.
An internal report into the BBC's handling of a child sex abuse scandal surrounding Jimmy Savile, one of its best-known children's presenters, is blaming weak management for failing to get to grips with the story, but absolved management of trying to bury the story.
The observation came after advocate Prashant Bhushan said the government had absolved the suppliers despite the statutory mandate against it in the nuclear liability Act.
and absolved him of any malicious intention when he signed the cheques.
She opined that buck had not stopped at NRO, and other issues/verdicts would also follow, although no one around is completely absolved of dirt of corruption, she stated.
PESHAWAR, December 15, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The Federation has announced that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would be exempted from GST (general sales tax) for a period of two years, while FATA stands absolved of the controversial tax for lifetime.
Although not a single leader of the Third Reich - not even Hitler himself - was ever ex-communicated, Galileo was not absolved of heresy until 1992.