atone


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make amends

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make amends for

turn away from sin or do penitence

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and tries to atone for the failure by taking a more correct and vicious aim.
our summer atones with its mildness for the dreariness and perils of our winter; it has even given me a colour, pale-face as I am--I can feel it burn on my cheek.
The first part of her lewd life with the young gentleman at Colchester has so many happy turns given it to expose the crime, and warn all whose circumstances are adapted to it, of the ruinous end of such things, and the foolish, thoughtless, and abhorred conduct of both the parties, that it abundantly atones for all the lively description she gives of her folly and wickedness.
Trained by Bob Baffert and ridden by Jerry Bailey, the son of Fusaichi Pegasus needs Sunday's San Vicente to atone for a bad Breeders' Cup.
The game seemed destined for overtime when Chaminade's Christine Vest grabbed the rebound, but Hill knew there was still time to atone for the missed free throws.
Adam Kennedy then sent another grounder into the hole, and Berroa, trying to atone, rushed his throw to second and the ball sailed over second baseman Ruben Gotay's head.
Saugus returns the premier swimmer in the league in senior Lizette Patterson, but Hart - with the transfer of sophomore Molly Rogers from Quartz Hill - has the depth to atone for its past two dual-meet losses to Saugus, as well as last year's setback at the league final.
No matter how much money the archdiocese ends up paying in settlement claims, it will never begin to properly atone for its failings until officials accept full responsibility and come clean with the public.
London, Sept 10 ( ANI ): The Taliban have said that Prince Harry's deployment to Afghanistan is nothing but a propaganda stunt that could allow him to atone for the shame of appearing naked in pictures.
I THANK Michael Morrissey for his attempt to reassure me that I am not required to "atone" for the death of Jesus which was itself, evidently, necessary to atone to God for the sins of mankind, which of course includes myself (Not Responsible, 27.
Radcliffe is currently on crutches to keep weight off the injury, and is desperate to atone for the disappointment of failing to finish in the marathon four years ago in Athens when hampered by a leg injury and stomach upset.
Radcliffe is on crutches to keep weight off the injury, and is desperate to atone for the disappointment of failing to finish in the marathon four years ago in Athens when hampered by a leg injury and stomach upset.
The hot technology in point of sale interfacing with stock control and accounting was launched at a seminar by atOne Software for business owners and financial controllers.
MOTORSPORT: Reigning champion Sebastien Loeb is aiming to atone for his error in the last round when the World Rally Championship heads to Mexico.
They should be working to atone for their misdeeds, instead of being treated like guests at a holiday camp.